I picked a a couple of BALDWIN oil filters today, at the local FleetPride. The service was friendly. FleetPride isn't a true parts store, but does allow walk-ins. It caters to the 18-wheeler crowd, and fleets (hence name: ). FYI-they may NOT have your filter, if your app, is a 1997 Honda. I have a Police Interceptor, and three local PD's asked them to stock the Baldwin filter, for the Crown Victoria. The canister is a nifty, bright red, which is attractive. It's sturdy as a rock, much like the Mobil/K&N filters. The "innerds" look nicely constructed. The filter both flowed oil, and filtered "above average" in the study here. Many did one or the other well, but few both. Something to keep in mind. Many people think the Pure One is the best overall filter out there. Could very well, be true. However, the canister of the Baldwin is much more robust. Being able to dent a Pure One, with my thumb, may not matter squat. Others disagree. K&N mentions the importance of spike pressure, and burst strength. The Baldwin is a tank. Lastly, the Pure One is $6 at most outlets. The Mobil/K&N $12!~ The Baldwin was $5.19 ea., and I also noticed, it was stamped on the cool red, double-tough shell: "Made In USA."