I don't think the low gears and 5th and 6th are affecting each other as you explain.I appriciate all your help but I don't think this is the solution. I'm actually thinking it's internal because the issue is in 5th and 6th gear. At the beginning when it wasn't so bad the lower gears were fine but 5th and 6th were just didn't take. As the issue has continuously gotten worse, the 5th and 6th gears seem to be affecting the lower gears in some capacity. After staying in lower gears for a while everything shifts fairly smoothly but as soon as I go into 5th or 6th the problem immediately comes back and is there until I've rowed through the lower gears for a while. Don't want to bleed the clutch fluid, and then find out that it didn't solve anything, only to have to purchase more from Acura. I'll end up taking it to a transmission shop and having it rebuilt, it already needs a rebuild due to 4th and reverse grind. Once I have more information I'll post an update on what the cause is/was.
You understand that the gears can't grind when you are standing still, unless the clutch is not releasing. So that means either a) the clutch hydraulic system is not operating properly or b) the mechanical parts of the clutch are damaged.
It would be good to eliminate the simple fixes, first. The fluid and master.
Beware of a shop that tells you that you need a new clutch but it was the master cylinder that was the problem. They'll replace both and you'll never know if you really needed the clutch.