Where do most Emory student say they want to go?
Atlanta for the slight majority. A lot of people also want to go back to NYC and I've heard some mentions of Miami and DC. We have a geographically diverse student body, but a lot of people really like Atlanta and are going to want to stay. It's an awesome city with a whole lot to offer.
Also, does Emory offer anything above full tuition scholarships (such as a stipend) and if so, what kind of numbers do you need to get it (or, selfishly I'll cut to the chase and say will my numbers make me competitive for it?)
We give 5(?) Woodruff Scholarships each year. I believe these are full tuition (~120k) + 15k stipend over 3 years (I thought I remembered 154k total being the number, but I could be wrong). I believe your numbers would put you in the running, but I really don't know what the criteria is for these scholarships. It may be that they are looking for really high numbers, or it might be crazy life experiences. I'm not really sure.
Finally, could you justify going to Emory over a better school (let's say 11-16 range) if it saved you $40,000+?
Well, I put a lot of thought into this, and it turned out to be a lot of wasted time! I got into USC with no money, and it was a very easy decision not to go. My straight-mathematics formula suggested I would need 30-60k from USC to make it an equal/better offer.
You will have some better choices than I did. I would consider 90k from Emory to be equivalent to an Acceptance from Duke/Cornell/GULC and 30-60k from USC/Vandy/UCLA/Texas/GWU. I think Emory is a school that is going to move up (our endowment is enormous and the law school is getting a lot of cash) in a city that, compared to the rest of the country, is growing rapidly. It is also worth considering that you'll probably do better against the students at Emory than the students at Duke, for example.