Hey Bud -
I agree with a lot of what people are advising you on here. If you take a couple tests and are scoring in the range you need then get this sucker out of the way - if not, wait a few more years of school and try again - you would be amazed how good just plain ol' studying and learning in other classes is for your performance on the LSAT. I took it in 2nd year and worked hard for a 155
. Then in my final year I wrote a diagnostic cold turkey and hit 167, and consistently scored in that range, and rewrote well above my initial score. I don't know if that is common but, I guess my advice is: don't feel pressured to get it done early.
It sure sounds like you have a good prep plan though! Best of luck. Keep us posted.