I found this thread pretty helpful when I was preparing for it last year so I'll add my three cents
1) What score did you get?
2) What books did you use? LSAC's SuperPrep, Powerscore LR and LG bibles. I bought Kaplan's 180 but found it worthless.
3) What prep courses did you take (if any)? Full length Powerscore. By the way, if you do take Powerscore or any prepcourse for that matter, take it seriously and do all the homework.
4) How long did you study for, and under what conditions? (during school, during the summer, etc)
I began studying during the tail end of my undergraduate career (August of last year) but didn't start hitting the books hard until October for the December 06 test (which I bombed because of a panic attack).
5) How many preptests did you do?
Like all of them (50 or so?). I ended up practicing consistently in the 170s but that didn't mean diddly squat on the real deal.
6) What would you change if you were to do it again?
I would have taken my studies more seriously earlier. Though I began practicing for the LSAT and took the Powerscore class in August of 06, I didn't take the class too seriously and hardly did any of the homework. By the time October came around I had only done a few practice tests and didn't put much time into reviewing/analyzing my mistakes and weaknesses. So I only got in about 2 months of serious studying which wasn't really enough, at least for myself considering that I'm not one of those guys who has never seen an LSAT before and scored a 170 cold.
7) Any other misc comments/suggestions.
Do not underestimate the importance of this test and study hard for it. If you have a target score, try practicing consistently 4 to 5 points higher than it on practice tests. Performance anxiety is a very common and very real thing that is almost impossible to prepare for. Good luck to you all!