Actually I've been surprised at how well things have turned out. For some people it's certainly been nerve wracking since some firms have really taken their time. At this point though, I personally don't know many (any actually) 2Ls looking for firm jobs that don't have one. I actually know more 3Ls who were no-offered that don't have jobs than 2Ls. Obviously this isn't statistical information about the state of things overall though.
Thanks for answering questions. The bolded part above confuses me. Is that like the unemployment rate, where they don't count unless they are "actively seeking" or do you mean that some people are doing other things for summer? As a follow up, if they have non-firm work, did they go through OCI and not get anything and change gears (like an adaptive preference) or did they skip OCI and go straight to whatever else it is they are doing?