Although you don't say how you feel about the AC30, pro or con, Phil is spot on that the reviews for the Bone have been almost universally strong. If there's any caveat at all, it's an occasional comment that the tail can feel a bit smeary on firm if you're used to a traditional one, and that the ski feels a bit wide or stiff for bumps or trees. OTOH, at your size, suspect that would be a non-issue.
Finally, while the factory may be finished with its run, in fact probably was a while ago, I notice plenty of Bonafides around, all for the same price, so the "the longer you wait..." sounds a bit, ah, enthusiastic. There will be Bonafides around in a month. In 180. And unless The Fever is worse than last season, which I doubt, also in two months...so take a deep breath and exhale. Excellent. You can wait a few weeks if you want to demo. Or not. The world will keep spinning either way.
What is more of an issue IMO is the 3D snow comment. Lessons will help more than a new ski to improve in bumps. But soft snow, another story...At your weight, I'd be thinking more about a 105-115 for any kind of float, and looking for something that would be designed to handle larger bumps. Have you thought about keeping the AC30, which is a perfectly reasonable all-mountain, pretty good in tight bumps actually, that will fetch almost nothing as a used ski, and simply add a soft snow ski? If you like the Blizzard feel, then the Cochise would be a viable option at 108 mm, same flipcore design, same 2.5 sheets of metal, apparently similar feel with bit less carving energy. Or some other beefy skis in that range that would work on both sides of the country or overseas would include the Stockli TT, the Elan 1010, the Line 105 Influence, the Cham 107, and the Nordica Patron.
If you're strictly a one-ski guy, then I'd take a hard look at the Rossi Experience 98, Nordica Hell n' Back, or Line Prophet 98 in addition to the Bonafide.