It is properly inflated; but remember that your car is significantly heavier in front than it is in the back ~ in your car... probably 59% of the weight is over the front wheels, giving them a squashed-down look. Acura knows what they're doing with the tire pressure recommendations. You have more contact patch up front which helps with handling. Besides, radial tires never look "completely perfectly round". Don't worry about it, as long as your wheels are at the correct pressure, you're fine.
-8000K HID low-beams/PIAA Spark 8000 high-beams/PIAA Plasma GT-X corners
-Type II brakes/some weight reduction/new tires every 4-6 months
-NA1 NSX wheels: Kumho Ecsta SPT 225/50V-16R in front, Kumho Ecsta ASX 205/60V-15R in rear
-Custom built six-puck kevlar clutch/Lightened (aluminum) pulleys
-[Mugen/Showa] suspension with remote-adjustable dampers
-C35A1/C32A1 hybrid swap; smog legal (by GreenLight Auto)