You obviously know little of Honda's. (or many other jap engines) 100km's is what, 62k miles? That's nothing. Of the listed reservations the GoPro part might be worrysome.. but that's about it. (unless the miles per year were high/it's only a couple years old etc)
JJ72, I understand completely! (tell whoever owns it to get some padding for that roll bar though. on average, it's safer not to have one when that near your head, than be without)
Got back from some random party and found a present from some failed artist in my pocket the next morning. In my country drivers with under two years of experience must have that stupid maple leaf sing on the back of their cars. I guess I'm finally legal!
Congrats! As for the rollbar, you won't during normal circumstances but during an accident is when unpadded ones that close become dangerous.. and yes, even with the stock seats it's not uncommon for contact to result in a cracked skull. Many won't believe it, but a little padding goes a long ways on safety in this case.
No, but you insinuated that a BMW's engine should last longer and/or cost less to maintain, which I disagree with. Also, he said should be like new and was correct. (everybody knows any engine with 80k isn't actually new) I wouldn't consider a BMW with the same logged distance to be any better a candidate for achieving the million mile mark than a Honda, nor cost any less to maintain on average. One having not been 100% serviced by a dealer definitely wouldn't push me away either. The only thing that's usually good for are warranties & a false peace of mind. (as typically speaking, dealer mechanics are no better than the average shop) For a high spirited engine like an S2000's, I wouldn't necessarily consider a 20yo to be a bad thing either. (so long as basic maintenance was kept up) Some engines need to be revved regularly to stay in better shape, with the end result being a more healthy example. (Miata engines fit in this category, I figure S2000's would as well)
There's a setting you can adjust for the steering between comfort, standard and sport (done from the indicator stalk and displayed between the clocks). I found that standard was far too twitchy.. and changed it to sport. Now it's a fair bit heavier, more like my E46 was. Definitely helps as no matter what Ford did to try and combat torque steer, they didn't remove it all.