I'm not sure how rational or reasonable this is going to sound, but I'm going to try anyway:
I am going to attend BLS with a significant scholarship. I am doing it for a variety of reasons, not the least being that it provides me the best opportunity to do what I want ( I don't have many other options due to my unusual circumstance, its a long story and it isn't really worth recounting ). I look at it this way (and this may not work for other people, but it works for me): If I do well enough to keep my scholarship then I should have a decent shot at landing a legal job, if I do not do well enough to keep my scholarship at BLS then I doubt that I would have done well enough at any school within my reach to land a legal job.
I probably feel that way because it's my best opportunity, and I might feel different if I were faced with a choice between say, GWU and BLS (to live and work in NYC- not necessarily biglaw, but because I love NYC ), but I'm not. I just feel like if I do well, I will do well anywhere, but if I suck I will suck anywhere.
I think it comes down to the level of confidence you have in yourself and your school options and the opportunities that those schools represent.
I doubt this post resolves anything, but I though I would go for it.