Thanks, Gray_Beard. When you installed the trailer hitch, was it difficult getting the rear bumper piece off? From other posts that appears to be the trickiest part.
BassGtrMan777 below is cut and paste of my post in the accessories folder. I only took off the center valence which is replaced with the one that comes with the hitch. I remove the screws and fasteners from the bottom of the valence and used a putty knife that had a rounded end similar to that of a butter knife to carefully popped open the clips that run along the seam between the valence and the bumper skin. Once they were all disengaged then removed the 2 top screws, which was the most tedious part of the whole thing. It sounds worse than it really is... personally I wouldn't pay what the dealer wants to install it, it's not that difficult.
"Today I installed the hitch, wiring harness, and small kick sensor on my Elite. I purchase mine through College Hills Honda and have to say their instructions were spot on. I did not pull the bumper skin off, and went the route of getting my hands up and removing the top bolts with a mini handle 1/4" drive & socket. I definitely took my time, didn't want to screw or scratch anything up. The only thing that broke on me was one of the green panel clips on the rear interior trim piece that runs adjacent to the bumper. When everything was done a quick trip to the dealership parts department and 80 cents got me a new clip. Not that I really needed to change it out but my OCD would have driven me nuts just knowing it. Primarily the hitch would be used for a bike rack, but I did want the availability to be able to tow a light wight trailer if need be, hence the wiring harness. I also did purchase a 6 to 4 way adapter that has built in small LEDs that confirm the lights and signals are wired and operating correctly. All in all I probably killed about 5 hours and very pleased with the outcome."