I don't follow your line of reasoning. If other vehicle brands put only one screw on the brake caliper holder, does that mean that Acura should just use only one screw?
It is very poor reasoning that the bad of another one becomes a good excuse for some to do nothing.
Acura acknowledged that it was their fault and that they will try to fix it in the future. It is hard to believe that they did not know this issue before, which means either the owners did not contact Acura enough to make them feel like it is important or they just opted to ignored the owners and not to notify owners about the poor design.
Either way, we have a chance here to provide the feedback to Acura in order for them to do the simple but important fix. I want to make sure the fix is in the next released vehicle.
From your position in this post, you seem to try to block and ridicularize any owners who want to make sure Acura receives the proper feedback for Acura to solve this simple but key issue for anybody leaving their vehicle outside their homes and having programmed their HomeLink remotes.
I am a person who will be proactive in trying to get something done about significant issues that need to be solved/addressed. If it is not an issue with you, then why are you arguing. I don't see your point in trying to convince other owners that if it is not a problem with you then the problem doesn't exist for anybody and that owners should not contact Acura to provide the needed feedback to make sure the correct priority is applied to the issue so that it can be fixed on the next model.
Like they say, you are either part of the solution or part of the problem..
I'm not saying it is not the car manufacturers decision. I am saying that, according to HomeLink, most of the industry wires it the way Acura does. So, if you are concerned enough to go to a TV station, you should tell them to go after the whole auto industry, not just Acura.