Accurate assessment, with one nuance to be aware of.AGAIN:
Changing your oil more often has no effect on longevity. There is zero data to support it.
There is a hell of a lot more data support frequent oil changes. Especially in regards to direct injection engines. OD changing the viscosity as well as possible valve coking from contaminants.
More frequent oil changes will result in higher metal particulate counts in any oil analysis.... but I have yet to see one that is out of range in any oil analysis published by a CRV owner. But just like some owners freak at the color of their oil or the smell of their oil.. some also freak at any variations in oil analysis results (rather then seek and understand why and what is normal vs abnormal).
The nuance is an owner who changes their oil frequently, has an oil analysis performed on each change, and then panics when they see metal particulate counts higher than prior oil changes on oil that ran longer miles. We actually had this very sort of thing in the forum sometime later part of last year.. even though the higher metal particle counts remained well within normal limits according to Blackstone.
So my only advice to those who prefer to change oil more frequently... just understand that the additives in the oil designed for scrubbing out deposits.. will also result in some small increase in metal particle counts. THAT is not your engine self destructing, that is the additives doing their chemical job.. which has one side effect... slightly higher particle counts in an oil analysis.