What is more important than who makes the remote starter or alarm or any electrical item you add to a car is the quality of the installation and wiring done. I have discussed this on this forum before but I have met so called professionals who just twist wires together or use crimps but leave bare wire hanging out of the connector etc.
Many of the items that are "Honda" are actually made by some third party and are all pretty much the same as any other aftermarket you can buy. Any time you have to cut a wire and connect something else in you take a chance on destroying the factory harness and inserting more potential points of Failure into your vehicle.
On a previous car I had a car maker branded alarm installed in the car by the dealer and eventually had to have it removed and the harness replaced because of all the issues it caused. I owned that car from new for 16 years and was its only owner till I sold it privately.
Think long and hard about how much you want what ever it is and how much you are willing to affect the reliability of your vehicle.
I have seen but have not researched systems that can be installed by not cutting any wires they have male female connectors that allow these systems to be inserted into an existing connection. Also remember all remote starters/alarms need a bypass put in to disable the anti theft systems in your car ( usually one of your keys in a box under the dash where thieves know to look).
All of this is my opinion based on experiences I have had and many vehicles I have had experience with and a lot of wiring and electrical experience.
As always your car your money your choices.