As many people would recommend, call the local Kaplan center and ask about the instructor. Ideally, you can talk to instructor personally ahead of time and ask some questions. If you find the instructor informative and helpful, then you're likely to find the class more helpful and be able to make a better informed decision.
Thanks for the advise. I don't want to beat a dead horse on here, but with the prices of either of these classes (thats, lets be honest may or may not help you) I want make the right call. The negatives I've read about Kaplan is the minimal score for the instructors on the LSAT and weaker logic games strategies. I don't know what the score an individual receives has to do the manner in which they teach the subject. Obviously the thought is if you do not score above a 165 how are going to teach anyone to excel above that score. But it you score a 175 does that mean you can teach someone to score the same? maybe/maybe not.
If both were $300 each, I would simplify the arguement and take both.