Advisory Circular On Wings: http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_an ... 61-91J.pdf
The "Flight" (previously "Proficiency") topics are outlined and include ASES information.
Shown here is a list of several dozen knowledge topics you can choose to enroll in after you click on "Show Available Courses"
Summarizing, there are three levels (BASIC/ ADVANCED/ MASTER) and the number of repeats you have is presented by your phase.
At the time the ASES master wings had outlined activities you had to do, but this may now all be integrated... Some knowledge topics qualify for the 61.56 Knowledge part of a flight review, which can be cool if you're doing your flight review with someone who knows their way around the FAAST system.
Generally, the shebang is divided between "Knowledge Topics" & "Flight Topics" you'll need a certain amount of credits in both categories to get the wings.
Here you can find a list of Knowledge Topics: https://www.faasafety.gov/gslac/ALC/course_catalog.aspx
(those who are not free are marked)
Some of the courses you can enroll in will give you 1/2 a credit, some will do one full one.
The Seaplane Pilots Association is still listed amongst AVEMCO as a "Team Member", my record shows the following:
Seaplane Pilots Association
Sea WINGS Lapel Pin
Jason J. Baker (Airman)
Date Last Requested: 9/28/2010
Need at least a Current Phase of WINGS to request the Seaplane Pilots Association Sea WINGS reward
It is my understanding that you request the Wings through the FAAST portal, which in the olden days did not work because the FAA had no reliable way to get in touch with the SPA to get the wings sent out. I got all the other wings within a few weeks after requesting from AVEMCO. You do not have to be a member or customer of either team member to be entitled to those reward pins, IOW's they are sent out to anyone filling the requirements and requesting them. Of course you do provide your address and email address to the outfits, which is a way to get solicitations out. AVEMCO has been very good with no advertising and marketing stuff being sent, at all.
The FAAST website is extremely slow and sometimes you have to click on things and wait until they show up.