If you have a sour taste in your mouth from Barry's Honda, go ahead and spit it out. I want to echo what others have been saying on this website: Colonial Honda's professionalism, courtesy, and affordability are second to none. For a 2010 Honda Civic I paid about $1,000 less than Edmunds' recommendation. I suspect that was because dealerships are trying to move their 2010 stock, and Edmunds hasn't updated its estimations to reflect this economic reality, but even still, Colonial's prices remain competitive.
I never felt pressured during the sale, and the staff went out of its way to make me feel comfortable. When I balked at the initial offer, I was not badgered or demeaned as I had been at other dealerships (another local dealer even went so far as to accuse me of not knowing anything about cars; although, to be fair, I don't know all that much). Colonial's negotiation process felt like an honest-to-goodness business transaction, respectful and flexible. Brian Mota did not try any of the hand-wrangling and fake-sobbing so customary of the modern American car salesman. He was professional and helpful, going so far as to return promptly my calls after the sale. It is obvious that Colonial is interested in retaining its customers.
I will recommend Colonial to anyone. When you agree to drop several thousand dollars on a product, this is how you SHOULD be treated!