alright I'll take some pics later...Ive got one more test to study for and I've already "wasted" tons of time fixing this knife...
I got it straight and learned a LOT in the process. I have essentially not been cutting a bevel into the knife (this I knew) I was basically just trying to maintain the geometry and profile that the knife came with by constantly thinning behind the edge. Well we all know where that got me. It was and still is because of the backside of the knife. The area near the heel I have a hard time getting the angle correct(both the angle of the knife perpendicular to the stone and the angle of the edge of the knife against the stone) and for some reason I create a sweeping motion the gets really far behind the edge but not the edge itself. Over time it warps the heel.
So I took my diamond plate (the one from Jon Broida) and a sharpie (OK Tinh commence eye rolling and I told you so's thanks for telling me one more time) and started cutting an actual bevel into the knife. In about 20 minutes I had it nice and flat and had restored the profile of the knife. Another 30 to get that damn wire edge off from the 150 grit and to polish the edge up to 5000. Luckily my new stones came from Jon today (Gesshin 400 and 5000) man they cut faster than superstones!
I don't seem to have a problem hitting the edge of the heel on the backside but behind the heel is tough. For some reason here I can't get it to hit the stone perfectly. I can almost get it if I point the tip at like 25 degree for the perpendicular angle Regardless I now understand a little more about sharpening and maintaining a consistent bevel. I'll post a pic later tonight for now I've got some other work to do. Thanks for your help everyone. I at least feel like if I create a problem as I continue to learn how to sharpen more effectively that at least I can fix it because of the knowledge on these forums and trial and error.