I don't think it's that this website has warped your brain, but more so that it's made you realize your potential. If this was your first take and you spent 3 months studying to get that score, I would suggest a retake. With the right preparation on top of this base score that you've built, I think you can get a +175.
ETA: I'm in the same bought and I'm kind of preaching to myself too
I think it warps everyone's brain both in bad and good ways. I got a 167 too and I'm kinda bummed (even though I'm in the 94th percentile, which is incredible). Not being as proud of that is bad. It makes you think that that kind of a score is average, when clearly it isn't.
What's good is that it pushes you to work harder. If you only studied for 3 months and got that score, first you have a lot to be happy about. Congrats! Second, I think it says you can do better and should push for it. But you are the only one who knows that. Do you feel like you can learn more and can improve with more effort? If you think you can even by a little, you should. You can save yourself hundreds of thousands of dollars by improving your LSAT score.
Thanks! Yes, I think I, and the same probably goes for both of you if you're feeling the same way I am, would be capable of doing better. The money aspect of it is the most tempting reason to retake for me. Personally I also need to adjust my thinking in terms of the long game. I'm lucky enough to have a not terrible, not difficult job now so sticking it out and maybe retaking in June is probably worth it.
It does make me feel a little less guilty about being so dissatisfied to hear that others in similar situations feel the same, so thanks for that.