Picked her up today, took forever, they lost a key had to program another one. Crossbars were installed with the roof rails so I wasn't complaining. Overall, quite impressed, didn't realize that the paddles work in normal D mode too. There was some oil on the garage floor under the rear diff, hoping it's not a leak but just residue. This PP was built in September so it's hot off the press. So well equipped and love the headlights compared to the Ridgeline that I traded in. Did I say Iove the headlights. To me the 9 speed feels clunky around 10mph and feels like it has driveline play. For a 9 speed it doesn't feel like it shifts any more than the 6 speed in the Ridgeline did. Probably because I believe it starts out in second. The idle stop is annoying and jarring when it works. Have to get used to the buttons, prefer a shifter. Although as wide as the Ridgeline it drives and feels narrower and obviously shorter (tons more room in garage now). Will be a great cruiser but was hoping for it to be a little more firm and more responsive steering, more in line with my 14 Accord V6 that I never get tired of. In the end all in paid 12.4k with the trade. Well worth it. I don't see the point of a CRV with these price thresholds right now. I think the 21 sport will be a great value with the updated radio. My bride has a 2015 Alabaster CRV Touring and the Lunar Silver looks similar. I thought it would be darker and bridge the gap between Alabaster Silver and Modern Steel Metalic but it's a lot closer to the Alabaster Silver. Now time to put the spreadsheet together to price out accessories.