I reinstalled the iOttie, even putting it slightly to the left of where it had been before. (I tried to put it back exactly where I had it, but I see in the pictures that it now is a little further over away from the i-MID than it was the first time.)
I'll let you know if over time the suction cup becomes loose again.
All in all, I like this product and where I installed it in my Accord.
It's so much better than putting my iPhone in the cup holder like I did in my previous Accord. Now I can easily tap the screen to use the Waze map app in addition to the Accord's built-in navigation. I find the Accord's navigation is much easier to see, but not as easy to set a destination as using a map app on the iPhone. I also like how Waze is crowd-sourced so it indicates radar traps, vehicles parked on the shoulder, heavy traffic and accidents better than Honda's navigation.
(Reposting the following from the other topic...)
I asked the official twitter account "What's better for iPhone 5? "iOttie Easy Flex 2" or "iOttie Easy One Touch Universal Car Mount Holder for iPhone 5, 4S, Smartphone"?
They answered "Hello! The Easy Flex 2 was specifically made for the iPhone 5. It is very small and compact and fits the iPhone 5 perfectly!"
...It's more compact than the other one and some reviewers say it vibrates less, too.
I just bought the iOttie Easy Flex2 iPhone 5 holder via Amazon -- two of them because my wife wants one, too! The total was $33.98 plus $5.56 shipping & handling.
I noticed that the plastic panel on the Accord dash (where I mounted mine) has a little give to it -- might be an access panel? The entire flat piece of smooth plastic right in front of that i-MID screen has some give to it. I noticed this when I was removing my iOttie in order to reposition the iPhone holder a bit. Try lifting up your iOttie while it is attached there and you might see what I mean: the Accord's plastic panel there isn't as solidly-mounted as the iOttie that is attached to it.