No one has tried it that I know, nor would I recommend trying it. It's not even just a transmission swap your implying, but rather a whole drive train swap and replacement of several computers at the least. The engine is different too. Plus, you'd have to get the new linkages properly installed for the shifter. This would include a whole new center console. Then you'd also need the proper gague cluster as well. The worst part of it would be the computers. No one here at least really knows what does exactly what. I would guess several would need replaced at least, plus I think the automatic transmission is electronically controlled as well. It's been discussed before, it would probably be cheaper to just go buy a new Insight. Especially considering last time I checked a new automatic transmission is about $2,300 I think, and thats just the transmission.