Agree with this.While I would have preferred to have a crossover defeat function, the slope does not look steep enough to create problems. You could try it out and see for yourself if it makes a difference.
Edit: He says, set the crossover switch to off. This is exactly what a crossover defeat is. You should be fine with this setting.
In your place, I would still use the front speakers at full range and crossover the sub at 60.
1)Just have speakers at full range and set crossover on sub starting at 60 and looking to go down ever so slightly as required
2) Remeber to match vume levels between speakers and sub. Lot of free apps available
3) Most important tip: Crossover and level on the sub are inversely proportional. The lower you set your crossover, the higher you can set your level to match your speakers and integrate better. The higher the crossover, the lower the volume on sub will have to be which is not what you are looking for.
4) The mids on speakers don't improve because of speaker or high level connection with the sub by the signal going to both the sub and speaker and having a overlap and creating a mid centric sound. No! If you let the sub manage the low frequencies, the amplifier focusses on rest of the frequencies adding weight to the mids and highs and thus people report about more energy in highs and mids after adding a sub to an amp which has bass management especially.
Happy for your acquisition. All the very best.