Ok, so... you pour it into your tank before you fill up, so that it mixes well with your gasoline. I've found a funnel makes the job easier, though the bottle neck is narrow enough to make it work without.
The instructions say you should be doing 4 ounces per 10 gallons, which works out to 6.8 ounces (I think we have a 17 gallon tank?), but based on my research at BITOG (Bob is the Oil Guy - an oil forum), lighter dosages are better for your fuel efficiency.
I still get the rev-able smoothness and quiet idle that I've really been enjoying.
The stuff comes in a bottle that looks like this:
Thought I might attach some additional documentation. Admittedly, the feedback is mixed (to say the least), but the product has been in the market forever, and I've found it really beneficial:
site:bobistheoilguy.com marvel mystery oil - Google Search
Actually, reading up some more, people that have used it either like it, or don't notice a difference. On a new car with good maintenance, it probably makes sense that you wouldn't notice anything. My car's about 44 kilomiles, and has been relatively pampered throughout, but I (as a trained scientist/engineer) objectively observe a very nice difference just the same. I'm also still noticing a very decent 20-30 mile per tank pickup in my efficiency.
I'm still kind of surprised nobody's ever used MMO before, TSX or otherwise, with either a positive or negative comment.