So much prejudice against Honda...
The NSX is great, a bit overpriced but it has Performance, very unique styling and no doubt it's reliable as hell. The S2000 is pretty wicked too, although primarily a summer and secondary car. The Civic is affordable, reliable and very interchangable thus giving people a wide variety of parts to add to their car to utilize optimum customization, plus the parts are cheap to do that with, it's just that the car is very common. And then there is the glorified Integra Type-R and it's lower models.. the LS which happends to be a great tuner car and some say the best of the Integra's for forced induction.
You're right on the money here
. The Type-R is said to be the best handling N/A FF vehicle ever made.
The LS is definitely the king of FI in the Integra world because of it's low compression... and that it's VTEC'less. Then again, people turn the LS into a monster when they take the LS bottom end, drop a B18C5 or B18C1 head on it (VTEC y0!) - drop a GS-R or Type-R ECU in it, and be boosting around 2 bar, putting out around 600 whp.