I will never forget Bob Harris's 32'AT called "RUNNIN' HOT" out of Chicago also Billy Wurmeth's son Derrick who had a 32'AT called "The Kid's Kid". Bob Harris beat the tar out of his 1988 32'AT and I have riden in it several times. He had it for about 8-10 years too! Derrick beat the peewiminy out of his 32 also. But it was Harris's boat that sold me because I saw it constantly and I knew how he drove it....and let me tell you.... he could DRIVE that boat! ...and EVERYONE from the Chicago shoreline upto South Haven, Michigan shoreline KNEW IT!!! That's why Derrick bought a 32AT. I would have to suspect that the 32's are built even better and stronger now than before. For now, I love my 32. It's kust the right length for me to haul it around with and if it's too rough out on the water then I really don't want to be out there anyway because USUALLY nobody else is....I have found that out a lot last year with my boat....even the guys with the bigger/longer offshore hardcore boats aren't out there on the weekends when it's rough even if the sun was shining. Usually, people like to be out on the water when everyone else is out there when it's relatively calm. Last year, it was the Saturday of the Labor Day weekend, it was a very sunny day, wind coming out of the N to NW, 75-80* and the lake was pretty rough out, (I'd say tight 4-6 footers) we launched out of St.Joseph, Michigan at around noon and saw NOBODY at the launch site...that was a pretty good indicator that the lake wasn't very favorable. We were heading south to Michigan City, Indiana...about a 30 mile ride. We were in quartering/following seas. I had two passengers with me and we could only run at about 3100rpm at the most(with my power that's about 48-50mph) and I was in and out of the trottles all the way there and I think I may have passed one 45-50' Cruiser heading north and maybe a couple of 45-50' sailboats...that was about it! The next day (sunday) the lake laid right down FLAT and everyone and their mother was out there! We had spent the night in Michigan City and headed west across the lake for Chicago with a slight wind coming out of the E-SE but it was flat. Once we arrived in Chicago there was about 2-3 foot perfect chop and their were tons of boats of every kind out there as well. I even got spanked by a 37AVH Outer Limits with blowers....nice fella. My point being that when it's nice everyone is out there...if it's a little on the rough side I usually don't see too many boats out...even the big BAD ones aren't out and most people like to play/socialize when others are out there playing too. Of course there are exceptions to the rule, but I have found that it's usually the norm. Perhaps one day I may own a 37AVH AT, I have never riden in one. I can't afford one right now besides having other financial commitments. Anyway, if it rides anything like the 32' AT then the 37AVH may just be a good boat for me to have. But for now, I think I will stick with my little 32AT...she runs pretty well in the rough stuff within reason.