I don't think there's any "perhaps" about it. Retake the LSAT. Get a better score. Reapply next year.
The current probability of horrible failure is just far too great to stomach. Maybe $200k (or even $60k) sounds manageable on paper (or however you'd like to rationalize it), but it becomes an entirely different story when you're faced with climbing that mountain and you don't have an effective means (read: a decent job) to do so.
If you're not willing to retake the test because you don't enjoy it/don't feel like it/have other things to do, then this is not the career path for you. In other words, if you can't get motivated to study for and redo a test that will dramatically alter the rest of your life, how will you gather the willpower to study for and do well on finals?[/quote]
Oh, I know you're right on that account. I'm just letting reality set in.
Honestly, right now, if the thing with my current company doesn't work out, I'm sort of hoping that one of the remaining part time schools accepts me. That way, I can work in some way during school and thus not graduate with nearly as much debt.