Well, here it is over a year since I first posted and I'm still driving an Accord, just not the same Accord. I ended up buying a 2017 Accord Touring V6 since it was going to be the last of its kind and I wanted the extra power. I looked at the Ridgeline at the time, but it was so new there weren't many deals to be had and stock was very limited. So I bought the new Accord and sold the 2013 to my brother for his kids to drive to school/college. After a year and a half, I think I've settled on moving to a Ridgeline, but am waiting for the probable 2020 refresh to get new front end styling, better infotainment (with a volume knob!) and whatever else Honda adds from the 2019 Pilot refresh. I think I'd prefer to drive a sedan everyday, but the capability of the Ridgeline would come in handy quite often, and the ride comfort would be at least as good or even better. I'd take a little MPG hit, but not too bad.
I test drove the Tacoma, but decided against it almost immediately. The ride is bouncy, the wind noise is bad, the rear seat config when folded eats up cargo space, it doesn't have the Ridgeline's in bed trunk, there's no Apple CarPlay, no remote start, etc.
i also became interested in the 2019 Acura RDX, and took a brief test drive as soon as they hit the local dealer lot. It's a very nice vehicle and I think I'd enjoy owning a SH-AWD Tech package model, but it would not do well with the hauling duties like dump runs, Home Depot and Lowe's purchases, etc. That and the tow rating is very low. I do like the vehicles a lot, though and it would provide enough of the luxury touches I value.
The Ridgeline would be the best of both worlds for me. Sedan-like comfort and ride quality with more than enough pickup capability for my needs. That's my thinking at the moment at least. Any other reccomendations?