Definitely Powerscore. You can't go wrong there.
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Also need to send official transcripts (LSAC won't work) and vaccination records (this seriously sucks, I have no idea where to get them.)
That said, for the 0Ls, figure out the way you can learn and understand the different material best, and then try to sync that up with the way each of your profs teach.
Holy crap, I'd completely forgotten that PLSII recommended getting and reading the Restatements. Most "prepping" IMHO is a colossal waste of time, but reading the Restatements is beyond a waste of time. It's utterly ridiculous.
If you simply must read something to prep, stick to the E&E's. Better yet, do something useful with yourself. Go to court and watch some trials. Find a lawyer and ask if you can tag along if they're going to be doing something interesting. With all the reading you're going to do during the year, I assure you that you'll barely remember anything you read before school started. It certainly won't help you on the exam.
If you didn't prep, you don't know if it works or not. Granted I am a 0L, but the arguments for and against prepping are about equal, probably slightly favoring prep.
How is getting the Restatements utterly ridiculous? They list the elements of BLL and provide a ton of hypos. Both are critical to good grades from all accounts. Now, if you don't want to buy it you can just use it at the library for free, which would eliminate the high cost of purchasing them. Also, PLS mentions the restatements as a 'recommended' and not a 'must get'.