I second that. From what I'm reading, Bishko licenses the manuals from Honda. I own two already (one for the '09 CR-Vs, the other for a 2005 TSX). The TSX manual is a higher-quality scan, and the text is searchable. It is more handy than a printed manual because I can print individual pages and stick them on the top of the dashboard or package shelf while working and not have to touch anything.
The DVD arrived today. It is one huge (455 mb) .PDF file, 3,172 pages, mostly without links. I say mostly, because page 1 has some that work (the dark black images) and some that don't (the not-very-dark black images). I later found out this is because those that aren't dark black would normally be in the dead-tree edition's Volume 2, but are on this disk in the same file.
Otherwise, the scan quality is excellent. Actually this may not be a scan, instead it may be a PDF created by the computer program that did the paper manual. But, links would be nice.
If you use ctrl-f to search, give your program a minute or so to find all the hits. I use Microsoft Edge ("Edgeium", the latest version) as my PDF viewer. Maybe Adobe's viewer is faster.