I hear you...
In the hand you mention, you need to know if AA is good. If you don't you should have tossed them earlier. What about meta game considerations?
How many hands will it take until folks check stronger hands into you?
How many pots will you steal, when they give you credit for 10's full in the scenario you mentioned?
Will the players see you as action, and hang on to the river paying you off with weak draws?
It is a way more demanding style, but it is the fine line that pros make everyday. Seriously watch how often your fav. pros simply call on the end.
In the specific case mentioned, if your AA is good you lose a bet by not raising. If they are no good you lose a bet by calling. If you are beat fold, dont pay off that one last bet saying to yourself well he may have me, but Im getting pot odds
to call just in case he doesnt.
Play the river just as aggressively as every other street. Calling is usually the worst option on every street, including the river.
One other thing, starting making notes, when showdowns occur, did the bettor or caller usually win?
Cool thanks F Paulson!