I finally figured out the problem, I had the 2 similar inductors switched. I also decided to layout my own crossover and I am happy with how it turned out, here is a picture.
I haven't taken the time to really listen to the speakers yet, but the treble is staying up higher like it should. I performed some tests and I still stand by reversing the tweeter. I tested the speaker from about 30-36" out, and at 3 heights: -6, 0, +6 from the waveguide center. 6 down looks the best to me. Inline with the waveguide height and reverse polarity looks like it tests flatter than 6" above with the correct polarity.
I eventually plan on running these speakers behind an AT screen with the tweeter at about speaker level, isn't that the normal position?
Here is the 6" below waveguide graph:
At the center of the waveguide:
6" above the waveguide:
This one is comparing -6 down and 0 with reverse polarity against 6" up with normal polarity: