Here's my latest UOA for my 2005 Honda CR-V. The first 4500 miles of this run were covered over two weeks on a road trip from California to Alabama with stops in between and the end of July through early August. I knew these miles would be relatively easy on this engine so I figured I'd go about another 6000 miles of mostly city driving and call in the dogs on this one and see where things were. I finished using the last of my Mobil 1 (2 qts ~2007 production) and the rest (3.2ish qts) was recent production Pennzoil Platinum 5w20. A blue Purolator PureOne 14610 pulled filter duty. It looks like this oil easily had another 3-4000 miles in it at this point so depending on the kind of miles this new OCI sees I will probably let it go at least 10000 miles and then pull a sample with a vacuum pump to see how much longer I can leave it in. This car serves my wife and children on a daily basis and generally sees 3 miles at a time and then just enough time to completely cool before it drives another 3 miles home. We manage to get it out of town for a good highway trip every month or so and it takes us up into the Sierra Nevada and out into the Mojave Desert a dozen or so times each year along with a few other wilderness trips here and there. It's apparent that my (and my wife's) efforts to absolutely minimize cold idling has paid off in longer oil life and less fuel dilution as we no longer see evidence of it like we did back when I did my first UOA on this car. If I get around to connecting the wiring to the engine block heater I may manage to get some semi-warm starts and see what that does to oil life just for kicks.