We did go ahead and trade in our Winne on the Forest River at America Choice. We also took advantage of the 2 free nights in their campground. This gave us a chance to find a couple of problems with the rig, which they fixed right away. I don't recall his name, but the person who was introduced to me as the service manager took care of our problems, and we were very satisfied. They even let us park our Winne in the next camping spot all day so we could transfer our stuff, and say goodbye to the old gal.
All in all, we felt we got a good deal, and were treated very well. I contacted dealers from Michigan to Miami, and America Choice was willing to give us far and away the best deal on the unit we wanted. They stood behind what they quoted over the phone, and didn't try to change the deal once we got there. That was something I was afraid might happen since we drove some 750 miles to get there.
One word of caution. They have a person on their staff who is in charge of handling license plate transfers. She has no idea how to do this when a state other than Florida is involved. Just know that it will be up to you to contact your home state's DMV and you will have to do the leg work yourself. Had I known this in advance, it would have saved a huge drawn out headache that didn't have to happen.
Other than that, I would have no problem dealing with them again.
2011 Winnebago Vista 30W
Duane, Precy, 11 year old son Matt, and Abby, the spoiled rotten Eskie.