Well, first post here, so hello fellow gas sippers! I just wanted to post about one of the strangest experiences (besides getting 60mpg on a regular basis) that I've ever experienced with a car. It was extremely cold here last night in Northwest Arkansas. My aftermarket temp gauge read 12 degrees this morning on my way to work. After my 25 mile drive to work, it showed about 14. I parked and didn't come out until afternoon where the temps were probably in the mid 40's. I was headed across the parking lot to our gym, and upon glancing into the rear-view mirror noticed something strange. It was shattered. There's not a piece of glass any bigger than a dime back there. I immediately turned around and headed back to the original parking spot, presuming a rock or something must have been thrown. However, upon returning the grass near the car was clearly dead and hadn't been mowed in months. I looked at the glass, and it was separated all along the perimeter. All I can imagine is that the aluminum expanded at a faster rate (direct sunlight, cold temperatures) than the tinted rear glass. The rate was so extreme the frame basically pulled away from the class causing it to shatter. To me this seems clearly defective and Honda should take care of it. However, I took it to have them look at it and the local District Manager said they wouldn't help me take care of this. I called a 1-800 line for Honda for resolution, and they're supposed to get back with me within 48hrs. I checked the price on this repair, and NO window shop carries the rear glass for these cars of course, and the dealer charges about $750 for the parts, and I don't have an estimate on labor, but I would imagine it's going to be at least a couple hundred dollars. I have insurance, but how do you explain that the glass in your car broke for no reason? I'm really disappointed in Honda, and I plan to let them know. Anyone have any advice, or ever heard of this before?