Ok people.....here's what I did.
First I did about 10 passes on the coarse DMT stone at about 15-17 degrees. This was really just to clean up the first bevel so that I could easily put a new micro-bevel on.
After that I got out the Lansky and made sure that all the rods were the same while the stones were sitting on a flat table. I then proceded to put a 20 degree final edge on this baby and just use it for a while.
I started off with Lansky's Red coarse stone (I don't have extra coarse). I did about 30 passes per side with the coarse stone. I did about 5 per side and then would switch to the next side and back again. Next up I used the green medium stone. I did about 20 passes with this stone per side. Looked much better after the medium stone. I then finished up with the blue fine stone. I did about 35 passes per side with this stone and then it looked just great.
After that I got out a par of blue jean "legs" that I cut off (from the thigh to the knee) that I use to strop with. I don't use any compound I simply strop back and forth lying the blade completely flat. I do this for about 3-4 minutes just calmly going back and forth.
Well.......here is what she looks like now. She shaves hair again and she will make small little curly pieces of thin paper if I try to whittle a piece of paper. It wouldn't do this from the factory so I'm pretty pleased.
As you can see in the last photo I did get quite a few scratches on the blade from sharpening so close to the DMT stone (almost lying all the way down). You know what thought?......I don't care. It gives the knife character and it's my knife. I am customizing my knife to how I like it. It makes it easier to use and not worry about it too. Plus......I'm learning something.
Here are some recent pics after I fixed the edge (just did this tonight).