I typically buy a 6 pack of honda oil filters and use them up. Every now and then Ill buy a oil change deal and get a free oil filter. I usually end up getting a mobile 1 matching filter which claims to have a time release additive in them.
Well, for my sidekick I got a deal and grabbed a standard orange fram filter. Read the fine print and it said on the box to replace it at like 5 thousand miles.
I drive it about 3 thousand a year and change it once a year in it, so Im ok, but that warning or suggesting was interesting to read.
A member here posted a lot of info on oil filters and Honda was rated for the highest flow, but like 8th for actual filtering capability.
One thing I do know, filters, blocks and oil pumps have bypass valves. If a filter has too much resistance to flow a valve opens up in the block and unfiltered oil goes to the rest of the engine. Some filters have a bypass valve to prevent it from exploding and others to prevent drain back when the engine is off.