After making my muslin additional adjustments came to fruition. First if I may digress and show you the last pre muslin adjustment that was made.
Shortening the torso length without inhibiting the front button markings:
1. On the back piece (and the side piece too) make a standard shortening on the pattern using the provided line. I reduced my waistline 1".
Don't forget to blend the side seams after making the reduction.
If the waistline is shortened across the provided shortening line a buttonhole would be taken up in the adjustment causing the lower buttonholes to be moved and re-spaced. That is a lot of extra work. But if the front part of the reduction is offset to avoid intersecting the button markings the reduction is still applied and the button markings remain intact. To do this, cut along the lower lines and slide the lower part up to the reduction line, tape and remember to blend the side seam.
Now look at the messy state of my muslin.
To fix this, the pivot point is moved up 1" on the front piece. The seams are blended out to accommodate the new pivot point.
Easy fix I just moved the markings down 1 1/2".
The upper back is OK just need to work out shoulder issues.
Adding a slight swayback adjustment.
Lastly, moving the shoulder dart on the right shoulder forward 1/2" as my right shoulder is wonky.