Yep. If you do go check it out, be prepared. I found it very interesting what they included that Honda didn't on the Crosstour. For example, the power hatch (both up and down) is a very welcome addition. The compartment door in the floor of the trunk will keep itself open (has gas/air lifts like the hatch on the Crosstour) so that you can put stuff in the compartment without fiddling with the cover. The seats are heated and cooled.
The seat senses your seating position and will fire (or not) the airbags accordingly in a crash to help avoid injury from the crash (obviously) or from deployed airbags. In other words, if you are sitting too close to the steering wheel, the steering wheel airbag won't deploy in a crash to avoid injury from the airbag itself. The same goes for the side curtain airbags. If you are leaning in your seat towards the driver's window, the side airbags won't deploy. I don't know what the tolerances are to determine if the airbag goes off or not, but that's pretty slick thinking.
The steering wheel is power adjustable. This is something I miss from the Mercedes. When you use your key to open the car, the seat and mirrors adjust to your memory position (like in the Crosstour), and so does the steering wheel. No fighting with the wife any more!
The cruise control is adaptive so that when the traffic in front of you is slower than you have set the cruise control, the car will slow itself down and maintain a set distance from the car in front of you. When that car moves out of the way or you change lanes, the cruise control will resume your set speed. Nice.
Oh, and the rearview camera... it has three views. Normal (like the Crosstour), wide, and top-down. Top-down would be great for backing into a spot where you want to get extra close, or when you are backing up to a trailer. Also very nice.
Put that and more (such as the all glass roof, twin moonroofs, AWD, blacked-out radio controls when the radio isn't on, instrument cluster display screen, keyless start, etc.) into the Crosstour, and restyle the interior significantly (and the umber interior is amazing... two tone black/brown) and you have the ZDX.