Lots of our members use REW to setup their studios with REW.My main question is if the REW/BFD combo is applicable to adjusting all the frequencies across the spectrum 20-20, and if anyone has used it to this level.
The BFD is not really suitable for EQ'ing full range and is limited to subwoofer duties.
But the bigger issue is that you want to use EQ at all on your studio monitors?. What's up with that? I thought this was taboo for mixing music. REW has been used by most members with studios, to place the monitors correctly and install room treatment panels to get the smoothest response as possible at the mixing chair (pseudo near-field).
BTW, for REW graphs use the standard Vertical graph axis of (45dB - 105dB) and the Horizontal graph axis of (15Hz - upper limit in your case 20KHz).
For full range, as this is, enable 1/3rd octave smoothing to remove comb filtering. (don't use filtering when creating filters for a sub though).
Hopefully you are using the CM-140 calibration file, if that's the meter you're using.