I finally have an official test done, and I learned a lot about myself in the last month leading up to it.
Here's what I have used (in approximate order): PowerScore Trilogy, LSAT Trainer, Manhattan LR & RC, Blueprint LG, 7sage, and every PT I could get from Amazon. I didn't get all the way through Manhattan RC or Blueprint LG since I started 7sage at that point. In the last month or so leading up to the test, I went back through Manhattan LR and LSAT Trainer coupled with 7sage question type drilling.
I liked the foundation provided by the Trilogy, the material seemed fairly easy to digest. The individual sections were short enough that I didn't find myself glazing over very easily. LSAT Trainer was awesome for LR and RC while providing a different take on LG. The question type breakdown of the Trainer was awesome, especially for RC and LR. Manhattan LR was great for getting a bit more indepth and I appreciated the humor/references. 7sage was an entirely different beast compared to the others. I started off with the Premium Package and ended up upgrading to the Ultimate +. I liked the digital format that mixed audio, video, and problem sets. Looking back, I think I would have been better served starting with 7sage, and then using the other books/programs to get a different perspective. The breakdown of conditional logic, approach to eliminating answer choices, and the depth of the material was tremendously helpful. The video explanations of each question of each test helped me understand not only why certain answers are correct, but why others are wrong...and that lead to so many "AH HAH, THAT'S WHAT I'M DOING WRONG" moments.
I ended up doing 28 PT's total (I jumped around a bit, and used sections from certain PT's as 5th sections).
I had several blocks where I fell off the studying wagon for 3-5 weeks (life, work, and burn out all occured). So, I took my firstPT, PT 19, on April 30th, 2016 as a diagnostic, writing a 55/150. My last PT before the test was PT 80 on Feb 1st, 2017 and wrote a 79/163. I'll find out in just under a month what I wrote on my first real test.
That is a fairly long-winded way of saying, don't be afraid to seek additional perspectives. I felt like some of the material didn't really click until I was on my second or third source...or my second or third time through a given source.