Well there are some pointers this is a marketer's design rather than an engineers design.
They have published no meaningful specs other than rudimentary information. The FR has no 3 db points and could mean anything.
They made it a three way when it did not need to be, which I bet was marketers. The design would be much more sound as a 2.5 way.
Here is why.
The cross to the mid, is at 320 Hz, so there are going to be some hefty inductor and capacitor values. This is a less than ideal crossover point and still within the BSC region for a cabinet of those dimensions. They were forced into this by the crossover to the HF horn at 1.8 KHz. That horn is the "flagship" component of the design. So they had to cross to the mid at that low a frequency in order to avoid excess bandpass gain.
So the issues become is that while there are two speakers below the crossover, that one mid is being driven in a definite power band region. So there is a good chance it will be power limited in its pass band.
All this was not necessary, as if it had been made a 2.5 way the 8" driver could easily have crossed to the horn at 1.8 KHz, and much easier solving of the BSC issue. This would have made for a less expensive and better crossover, and I suspect a better speaker.
When I see those sort of decisions, I can hear the marketers screaming at the engineers: - "We have to have a three way!"