Sounds good to me. I would not be too worried about the IMA battery pack as long as it has not been hit from behind and regularly driven. Those are the only two things that seem to effect these IMA batteries.
If you do replace the tires, check threads around here for suggestions. Any Hondaís driving experience is greatly effected by the tire it has on it. The original equipment tires on these things were awful. Putting on a set of Michelins made a huge difference for me.
Another thing to consider is, because you are in Florida, when driving around town from signal to signal or stop sign to stop sign, is to turn the Eco button off or just drive it in S. That will keep it from auto stopping and keep the A/C going.
Kind of miserable otherwise.
Because of the regenerative braking, the front pads can last a very long time. Itís possible they have never been changed.
Only the last software update that was sent out as a recall would show up with a VIN check at the dealer. The first three on needed to actually have the car connected to the Honda service computer to have the updates done. We never have figured out if, when they did the recall to an Insight that never had them, if it would also apply the first three.