The real issue is: why would you want to give up a gpa in the latin honors range (most likely summa/magna) at a T14 to go to a different T14?
That's almost too risky of a bet to make; however, it could possibly be justified if you currently are paying sticker at your (non T-5) T14 and are transferring to HYS. But even then, you are essentially trading a big law lock (and probably fed dist. court clerkship lock) for a big law lock (and possibly not a fed dist. court clerkship).
What about using acceptance as leverage to ask your current school for more money? I was going to do that last year with my MVPD but grades suffered 1L spring and I wouldn't has been competitive. I think if you come up with good reasons for wanting to go to HYS (like: I could get need-based aid to live there), maybe your school would bite at giving you like $20k the next 2 years? I could be very wrong though. I know it happens at the T2 level (friend was top 4 in his class, before he could even consider transferring, they offered him a full-ride the rest of the way). Not sure if a T14 would do it.