I was in a similar situation, except nothing was stopping me from re-taking (except impatience, which I imagine is the case for most people). I would have preferred to live in Dallas, but the cost of attendance at SMU was outrageous compared to ASU, particularly compared to in-state at ASU. I know you aren't in-state now, but it's pretty easy to establish residency.
If you are big law or bust, then neither of these schools is right for you.
ASU has served me extremely well, but it is true that you [i]must[i] be in the top 5-10% of the class if you want to make 6 figures. Hell, if you want to have a job lined up before you get your bar results.
ASU (sort of) dominates the Phoenix market, but that is very small market, despite being a relatively large city. Also, many students from across the country want to come here after graduation. I had a fairly large summer class in regional big law, and it was only 3% ASU students. That was a larger % than any other school, but I had summer classmates from Harvard, UVA, Vandy, and a few other much better schools.
So...I know this might not be much help, but thought I would tell you about my experience. I would never tell anyone not to go to ASU, but you have to do so knowing that it is a significant gamble. I was choosing between several of the schools you listed there, so if you want more specifics on my situation, or my decision making process, feel free to PM me.