One would have hoped that, if the fuel dilution issues were in any way associated with the PCV system (bad design, bad batch of parts, etc.), Honda would have recognized this early on and made modifications for future production and issued a TSB for existing models.Jst_Bcuz, in the photo of the engine cover, the yellow arrows are pointing to the oil air separator chambers. The separator for the turbo intake is the lower arrow, the intake manafold is the upper arrow. The gray tube at the upper right goes to the intake manafold. The little yellow thingy at the upper left is the PCV valve. The breather tube is not shown but attaches to the engine cover at the lower left. You can see this tube on your vehicle connected between the cover and the air intake duct just before the turbo.
Unless PCV mods are so extensive they require major engine redesign (unlikely), the fact that Honda has not included this system in the TSB sure is strong evidence to me that this isn’t the problem.