IIRC, Hondas also require a unique power steering fluid. This may be genuine Honda trans fluid, or it may be something different, but I seem to recall from when I owned a '92 Accord that you couldn't use "generic" power steering fluid in a Honda. Be sure to consult the Owner's Manual regarding both the trans fluid specification and the PS fluid specification.
My '92 Accord was a very good car, and if yours was well taken care of, it should continue to perform decently. The only real problems with these cars was a pronounced tendency to rust in the area around the rear wheel wells, and--of course--owners who didn't bother to change the timing belt wound up with destroyed valves and pistons.
I would strongly recommend that you change the timing belt unless you have documented evidence that it was done during the last 6 years or so.