Please don't forget there are a lot of people who really struggle to get a 160, and your post tends to put down the people who have to work to get into law school. This is the LSAT, after all - a good score is a good score is a good score. Congratulations that you did so well, but remember the difference between a 176 and a 180 is so small that nobody really cares. If your app is strong, you'll get your full ride on your own merit, not on that 4-point difference.
...This forum is depressing. We need gifs.
Sorry if my post was in any way hurtful to anyone; it wasn't meant that way. I'm a relative newcomer to all of this; I didn't even start thinking about law school or the LSAT until about December. If it's any consolation, my UG GPA was rather mediocre, so a top-notch LSAT score is really the only thing that will open the door for me if I decide I want to go the law school route (I just won't do it if it means $100k-plus of debt).
Anyway thanks for the congrats; hopefully I'm not just overconfident.