And just to answer: no Harvard students are not that awesome; though, on average the community is probably more stimulating than most others.
Yea, that sounds pretty realistic. I think maybe I'm just getting law school in general confused with medical school at places like Stanford/Harvard where students are going to be curing diseases and whatnot in the future. Or with places like MIT where students spend their spare time making solar powered micro-robots the size of a grain of rice that can fly and repair themselves.
This is similar to what I think is the (often) detrimental TLS mindset. Before going to law school, you look at the average student at the schools you're considering. Ex ante, the Stanford student will be more successful than the lower T14 student, who will do better than the T30 student, etc. However, now that you have grades, you need to change your thinking slightly. The top students at lower T14s and (often) T30s do much better than the average YSH student. So yeah, while my classmates on average at S seem to be more interesting than at my previous T6 school (probably more because SLS uses a more holistic app evaluation- I'd guess that this doesn't hold up as much at H, where the admissions process gets a group of people with exceedingly high numbers), you're not going to improve your success at all by transferring. In fact, given that you seem to be where you want to be right now (in terms of location/classmates/etc), you'd very likely hurt yourself by transferring.
So yeah, YSH are cool communities, but it's not worth giving up what you've got now, and in terms of job prospects/future success, it'd probably hurt you to transfer.