It is the AVS Brand. It bolts under the lip of the hood with no drilling. There is a gap between the deflector and hood to allow leaves, etc. to be removed. Also, this is a true aerodynamic hood deflector, vs. the Honda brand (which simply lays on the hood and is very thin & cheap).Donfly, what is and where did you get the bug deflector. I have the same color and I'm thinking about putting one on.
I have '22 RTL-E with the AVS bug deflector and also the in channel window visor..NO PROBLEM, in channel look better than those stuck on outside of windows. I have installed AVS in channel and bug deflectors on all my and my wife's vehicles since 1999 have had no issues with any of them. There were various trucks and SUVS since those days. Will continue to useLooks like the AVS bug deflector, nice fit, very stable, full coverage and you can remove the AVS logo for a cleaner look. Do NOT buy their side window "in channel" vent shades though.
My 2007 Ridgeline has had a bug deflector since 2007. I don't use drive thru car washes that often, but my shield has taken all punishment dished out, so far! Like my Ridgeline, it's indestructible!How well does the bug deflector do going through a car wash with spinning brushes.