I know my initial comment wasn't very productive, just had to get it out
Honestly though, look at ANY forum, you can find issues with every vehicle on the market. I've most recently visited f150forum and this one because I was comparing the two. You'll notice many many many threads at F150 of people talking about SERIOUS problems... really rough shifting transmissions, warping dashboards (very common), vibrating front ends, dead engines, the list goes on. It's a nightmare over there. Now understand that Ford sells about a million of those trucks every month, and it's not as scary. You see tons of people there defending the F150 in the face of serious issues, it's quite different than here. I believe it's because the expectations are higher for Honda.
Now come here and compare, there's only a handful of RL's on the road. As far as I can tell, no one (maybe one?) has been stranded, you have one guy claiming lemon law (and he's kinda nuts if you look into it) and that's about it for serious stuff. No car is perfect. You'll hear all kinds of people talking about their 94 Civic that went a 900,000 miles without an oil change but now their new RL nav screen reset on them once when they connected their flaming Samsung Note to it and Honda suddenly has forgotten how to build a car. Take it all in stride. I joined this forum before the G2 came out and there were complaints about the quality before anyone had even seen one in person! That is telling. I've seen people here voting in owner polls that don't even own a G2, people starting threads about the G2 being problematic when they don't even own one, there are some bored and suspect people here. There is soooo much bad information in here mixed in with some good, don't take any of this as gospel.
Honda created a truck that is perfect for my (and many many others) needs. It handles like a sedan from 10 years ago and the ride is as close to Lexus like as it gets in a truck. It is very impressive IMHO. You'll see tons of people here bitter about the armrests though
I'm as picky and cautious as they come and I've got no problem buying a '17 G2, I'm just waiting for the prices to get a little better. Get the vehicle that works for you and live your life!