Yep, assembling and disassembling the lump is my biggest pet-hate of the A.I. (that and the massive weight).
After each trip I fold the boat up and drag it (on the trolley) the 400m back home, then I disassemble the entire thing and wash the sand, salt and various fishy fluids off it (sponge and soapy-water required), then rinse. All metal bits are given a quick blast of Inox. The akas (with the rather annoying knuckle-type akas) are dried and packed into the carry-bag with the dagger-board.
Prior to the A.I. I had a Revo, which was just about bearable when it came to pack-up time. With the A.I. I'm in a love-hate relationship at the moment - on the water it's great, if a little wet, but before and after the trip I'm cursing it and threatening to go back to something far, far more simple (A Cobra Expedition, if you must know!)
I don't want a trailer, as if I'm going to go to that extent (rego, insurance, maintenance, boat-ramp queueing, etc), I may as well buy a boat!
Ah, that rant was almost better than therapy!