Bass, what all do you know about Greiner/Meltzer/Glendon/Goldberg/Triantis/Stephenson.
I know you said they were good, any more details on their teaching style?
I was mainly referring to Meltzer, who I can fill in more for. I can also say a bit about Glendon and Triantis.
Meltzer is, first of all, one of the smartest people you'll ever meet. I hear he was summa at hls (though I haven't seen that confirmed), which is typically a once-every-10+-years thing. In any case, he was president of HLR and a Fay diploma winner, and his student note is one of the top 5 most cited student pieces of all time (search Volokh for this). He wrote THE fedcts casebook and still regularly publishes in the very top journals (HLR, etc.). Brilliant people say he is off the charts.
As to Meltzer as a prof: you'll quickly learn that he actually cares about the students as people, which is great. He'll invite you to his house for a bbq at the end of orientation, where you'll meet his wife and have a great time. In the classroom, he will be a bit intimidating and socratic, though he regularly asks for volunteers and occasionally lectures. If you have something to say, you can feel comfortable raising your hand to say it, but you better be ready to defend it. Meltzer has a way of finding the most complex, unsolvable problems in the law you are covering, and he will make you take sides. Then he will pick your viewpoints apart. This is not something to be afraid of, since he doesn't do it in a mean way. You'll probably enjoy it, and it will get you thinking like a lawyer.
One thing about Meltzer is that he does assign a bit more than the average workload, and he can be rough on people who are unprepared.
You should be ready with justifications for your positions, of which "deterrence," "efficiency," and "personal autonomy" will be good standby answers. This might not make sense out of context, but you'll see how much sense it makes soon enough.
There are some great old Meltzer outlines that are worth grabbing on HL central. Also, be careful come exam time to make sure to follow his directions: complete sentences and no abbreviations.
Meltzer is probably the best section leader in terms of bringing in outstanding speakers. You will be amazed.
Re: Glendon. We were supposed to have her, but she had to take a last-minute leave. I can tell you that she has an interesting background (very conservative, worked for the pope or something), and that she will start you out much more on theory than others might (lotsa Locke, etc.). I hear she's pretty socratic, but that's anecdotal.
Re: Triantis. I've met him, and he seems like a really nice guy. One thing that's good about having him for K's is that he is actually doing work in K's (rather than just teaching it). He has some really novel stuff about innovative contracting.