The value of 0.05mH is correct for the crossover MR inductor when used with the inductor. It is smallish, because the crossover point between the MR and TW is rather high.
You asked my opinion on the DAX versus the passive crossover, an issue that has been debated endless at the forum. I have lived with both the configurations and I believe the passive sounds much better than the DAX.
The DAX is a two-way actieve crossover. If you look at the "partial crossover box" that goes with the DAX, you will see that it drives the woofer directly but has a full passive crossover at the tweeter to spplit the trbele from the composite MR/TW signal at the speaker level. Then you need an inductor for the MR. Add a high valued cap also in series with the MR for protection purpose, then this is itself a big passive circuit, defeating the purpose of active crossover.
If you have a big powerful amp, then you are better off driving the Diva passively. You can sell the DAX and use that money to improve the components within the complete passive crossover.
But if you want to go active, then go for Davey's crossover (see another thread at the forum), and dump the DAX. Davey's crossover is much better than the DAX. I never liked the DAX because it has colored sound, and is somewhat noisy. Davey's crossover will be most transparent, dynamic,and noise-free, without speding mega bucks. Of course you will need to make the same changes in your passive box as you would do for the DAX, unless you can go for active tr-amping. Or you could also ask Davey to make you an active crossover with the option of bi- as well as tri-amping (for tri-amping you will not need any passive components except protective caps at the MR and TW).
I am duplicating this at the Apogee forum.