OK so MAJOR UPDATE!!!
I havent chimed in on my impressions because honestly I was not impressed. Now stop, theres more read on.... I installed them and re-ran audyssey and did measurements which revealed a huge dip at crossover. My previous measurements were done outside and very primitive with limited listening that could be quantitated. I reserved my impressions as i wanted to research and listen to the speakers. However even with the speakers at blistering levels they just always sounded "flat" not flat like frequency reponse flat, flat like an instrument was tuned flat. They never sounded "right" but I thought maybe I just didn't "like" the sound but further investigation revealed something interesting:
I always saw a considerable dip at crossover but my measurements were outside originally and then at the listening position. I know its impossible to separate the speaker from its environment so I was never sure about how much of the dip was the speaker or the room/garage. However once installed into my theater I still was not satisfied with the sound. I hooked up my measurement rig and two channel amp to the speakers which revealed something profound. At crossover measured at 2m the speaker had a sharp dip at crossover. The exact type of dip you would expect in a reverse null situation. I was hesitant to second guess the crossover and wiring provided to me, but I decided to swap the polarity on the compression driver just as an experiment. The null disappeared but more importantly the frequency response measures pretty flat after the switch.
Additionally the group delay spike is much smaller at the crossover frequency after the switch so I'm convinced that the phase is more favorable after the switch. I'm not a crossover guru so I'm not drawing conclusions but the measurements are pretty convincing. All three the L C R all had the same behavior and response to switching the tweeter polarity.
I'm going to contact Bill and see if its possible the swapped polarity was missed on the crossover schematic or maybe he clipped to the wrong leads when measuring the woofer IDK.
Listening impressions after swapping polarity on the tweeter = much better. The voices have a the upper snap they are supposed to with dialogue. Snare drums have the upper snap they were missing. The speakers went from "flat" to "snappy" without other ways to describe it.
Anyways enough babble here are the measurements. Now all the tweeters are switched and it sounds good to me.
Blue= Tweeter Switched Polarity
Red= Tweeter Standard Polarity