First off, thank you all for your helpful advice. My buddy and I lifted the car up and turned all the wheels to isolate the problem as you had suggested.
We spun each tire by hand while holding onto the spring within the inside of the wheel well, obviously a lift is needed to achieve this...that or your stretch arm strong. You can feel the slight vibrations at slower tire rotations due to the suspension being first in line and closest connected to the bearing/hub assembly. That method worked like a champ! Front drivers wheel bearing was bad; had a crunchy feeling as the tire spun. back passenger is slightly bad but not yet on the "to do list". It's time will come.
So we removed the tire/brake setup, CV shaft and then had to yank out the hub with half the old bearing on it. We used a press to put the new bearing in, went in perfectly. Gotta love a little bit of LMC/MMC!
End result is my car no longer has a "grinding/roaring" noise or feel from the front corner anymore. This was 100% the culprit, thanks again to those who posted great ideas/suggestions!
Oh and I also had a chance to learn how to use his tire balancing machine, it was great, took about 1 min to learn....seriously its that simple. What's sad is I had my tires "balanced" ,about 4 times now, at a local tire chain that apparently had all 4 tires out of balance. I checked and fixed all of them, end result, I can go 80mph now without the slightest shake, its so nice to finally be back to a smooooth ride.
I didn't do an alignment yet. I will get the alignment done after I install the rear camber arms/rear bearing as it makes no sense to pay for 2 alignments. I'll make sure it's done prior to winter so I don't go skiing in the civic.
I have a few pics of the install from this past Saturday for anyone to use and view; hopefully these can help someone:
This is my first time uploading pictures, I hope I did it correct and no is seeing red x's of awesomeness....
p.s. there would be more pictures but my hands were covered in grease and when I get into work mode; the phone gets stashed in my car.