So I was doing some LSN snooping (yes I know it ends up being very unrepresentative because it's such a small sample size). On LSN, the median LSAT for people who were accepted and confirmed that they were attending was 174. The median was also 174 for overall for the group that were accepted and confirmed combined with the group that was accepted and did not say if they were attending or not. Thus, it seems as though the LSN subset is maybe slightly higher scoring than what the overall school scores were. So based on that, I feel like our chances are maybe slightly better than what you would think from looking at LSN.
I also looked at the group of people with LSATs ranging from 170-174 and GPA's from 3.85-3.95 (non-URM). In that group, 13 were accepted, 11 were rejected, 13 were waitlisted, 8 were waitlisted and then accepted, and 3 were waitlisted and then rejected. In the group that were flat out rejected, all of them had 170 or 171 LSAT except for one who had a 172 (and who also received a Ruby). Also, almost everyone in the rejection and waitlist categories either got substantial scholarships at other T14 schools or acceptances in the T6 (also often with substantial schollies). Also, I wasn't looking for this the whole time, but from what I noticed, none of the people in the waitlist/rejection categories had JR1's that they reported.
On that note.....I'll still be waiting anxiously tomorrow in hopes of getting a KB2.....but I think things are in my favor to at least get a waitlist...and if not H....then I'll likely have a substantial scholly somewhere else to help heal the wounds