Just got off the phone with my best friend who has an 38' All American Sport...he bought his through "The Boat Broker" in Lake Havasu, but isn't quite sure if they still handle them there. Otherwise, he said there was a long-time dealer in Phoenix who handles them, but couldn't remember the name (my buddy's rig a a few years old).
He says they don't market them in California because of Forest River's competing lines, like Sandpiper. I'd be curious, though, if you looked at any of those because so many times they are exactly the same. He personally thinks the graphics were better on the AAS than the others he saw, but then again- that was a few years ago.
Even though he's had some problems, Forest River has a plant in Rialto, CA that has been very helpful in taking care of the glitches. And he's had some major ones- slide problems, graphics are completely gone on the sun side of the TH, and the infamous shower enclosure tied to the 1/8" wallboard instead of a stud. But they fixed it all. I guess nothing different than all of us run into.
Personally, with rigs of this size, I'm a big fan of the triaxles- I think you get a much better ride, although you lose a bit in the "turning wars" and the cost to replace tires/wheels/brakes. Now if only WW and alot of others put shocks on their axles!
Hope this helps!!