Recently rear os pads bound on causing some visible heat damage to the pads. Main Dealer has cleaned & lubricated the contact surfaces to both ns & os brakes & I had an ex Honda Master technician check the work had been carried out properly which has been the case. Everything moves correctly, pistons on ns push back in with hand pressure whereas those on os required a tool but force required not unusual. The ex Honda Master technician also noticed that on os the handbrake operated shoes in the drum were lightly locally binding so adjusted them such that now easy to spin hub by hand pressure on wheel studs. Please note that on 2.4EXi Accords, which have drum brakes operated by the handbrake, a special tool that turns the pistons clockwise to retract them is not required. Also as no pads are operated by the handbrake the callipers are smaller & a lot lighter compared to callipers on Accords with handbrake operated pads. As a consequence of this I have been carefully checking temperature of discs with fingertips & invariably find that rear discs are noticeably hotter than front discs? On other forums there have been some complaints of excessive wear to rear pads of 8th Generation Accords & a class action has taken place in USA. The cause of the problem was aggressive Electronic Brake Distribution Software (EBD) which overworked the back brakes & Honda USA issued a software update to overcome this problem as well as upgrading the brake pad material. Has a TSB ever been issued in UK regarding an EBD software adjustment?