Forgive me for being blunt but you asked. If you must have a manual then go look at an M3. It has one and unfortunately thats all you get. I know, I looked. Now about the IS-F, the car doesnt need one and shouldnt have one. In track form it holds its own without a manual. Its almost more fun to me to hit the paddles on track day than a manual. Its instant and it blips well on downshifts and holds the RPM's. Its had to deny the feel of a manual but this car goes well beyond it. Good luck and I hope you atleast go drive one. And Welcome to the forum!!
2008 Mercury Metallic IS-F, Takeda Intake System (154.1 Texas Mile Oct 2011)(13.13 @110 IFO Ennis TX)
2008 BMW 650I Convertible (wife's)