Audyssey completed. Typical results. Using the app, correction is limited to 300Hz. Now that the distance and time alignment is complete, the speakers sound great. If I didn't mention it, I installed NoRez. I also replaced all the polyfill with insulation (Danny's preference). I made sure not to block the ports. Tinning and attaching the cables to the speakers was not easy (also, occasionally, the speaker magnets would attract my soldering iron - funny experience).
Mini rant: I find it curious that audiophiles obsess over speaker cables (I use Bluejeans 12 gauge copper cables) only to discover speaker makers, like SVS, use aluminum cables inside the box. Who knew? I didn't, until learning about Danny's upgrades.
Yesterday, Ron at New Record Day co-hosted a video with Randy from Cheap Audio Man. Randy was complaining about his difficulty with building one of Danny's crossover upgrades. I could really sympathize. It's not that difficult but tedious and time consuming. Danny's videos are great but he makes it look way easier that it really is for a novice. Plus, my 70 year old hands would cramp up from time to time. I'm happy all three speakers are done. Yes. It was worth the effort.