So in other words you're saying I should get myself some DW-1? For what reason is that other than it says Honda and you're a "firm believer"in oem atf.
How you get those "other words" from what I posted is a miracle. I told you what you needed to hear, which is that you should have asked this BEFORE you used the fluid, NOT after. I mean seriously man, who does this? I know today's Facebook generation is all about seeking approval to make themselves feel better, but come on man. And there are few "success stories" here or any other Honda or Acura forum about the fluid you selected. But I digress, so allow me..
Spend a few hours on the interweb and read about Honda's AT problems on the V6s and see just how many recommendations within those finding lead you to the ATF you bought vs the OEM Honda fluid.
97 of 100 (or more) here will tell you Honda DW1 only. Guess you are one in the three which is simply marvelous. Will your tranny blow up tomorrow because you used it? Probably not. What will happen to it after prolonged use? I don't care. But if something does happen to it, just figure that $6 savings on three quarts and using what you wanted to use was worth it.
All manufacturers try to sell you on using their own labeled stuff and have it done at their shop. However, Honda is one of the only ones that has come out and specifically stated (in writing) to their own technicians not to use anything other than Honda ATF....not "we recommend", not "we suggest", not "or compatible fluid", but NOTHING other than Honda fluid.
Valvoline isn't a miracle fluid and it is does not meet the exact specs your transmission calls for by the engineers that designed it. If you don't believe me, pull up the MSDS on your fluid and compare it with the MSDS for the Honda fluid then ask yourself what does that mean? When you determine you don't know what that means, ask yourself if the Valvoline is better, why haven't I been reading about it all all those transmission problems links I researched earlier?
Good luck on your research and good luck with your car.