You can just have your class A credits roll over to class B once you meet the class A requirements. The problem I have with this whole idiotic plan is them basically just saying pay this money... take this test and pay us without any actual data to support a test like this in the first place. Tons of studies show these tests don't prove anything and if they truly wanted to make sure we were competent then it would be a simulation test. The other issue I have is how they say its a 8 year recert test but renew every 4 years but still charge you every two years so they have a continued money stream. You can even get class B credits just by precepting SRNAs or doing journal club presentations. I plan on just doing my yearly conference and allowing the credits to roll over.
I definitely would recommend avoiding Current Reviews. The MDA who owns that group is a very big supporter of the ASA and has made many strides to prevent CRNA scope of practice. I'd look into doing other seminars like NAFA, NWAS, Twin Oaks, etc. that will support CRNAs much better.