I posted awhile ago that with only 278 miles on it, my 2001 EX needed a transmission due to a turbine-like noise from the torque converter. So far, my Odyssey owner's experience has been untidy. Several failed delivery dates came and went for a new part to get to the dealership. Seems that my problem is so "unusual" since new cars--especially Hondas--don't require transmissions that they couldn't find one quickly. They finally did, but American Honda has said it has the right to give me a remanufactured transmission. This is not a new one; and no matter how convincing they make it sound, my new car is getting an "older" part. I'm not happy. Any encouragement from this board? I could sure use it: between rotten gas mileage and a "failed" transmission, I'm regretful of my purchase decision. Help?