Here are my (brief) thoughts...
facilities: nice! The gym is impressive. Maybe I would actually go if it was literally a 2 min walk from classes? Spouses can get a membership for $50/semester. Classrooms seem bright and spacious.
current students: Clearly the ones who volunteer to help with ASW's are a self-selected group, but everyone seemed friendly and had good things to say about the school. The curriculum B kids seem really really really happy about the alternative. Several students mentioned that the workload (for both A and B) weren't as bad as they expected.
classes: I sat in on a property class and a criminal justice class. While there was a fair share of scrabulous going on, which I'm sure happens at every school, students seemed willing to participate in the class and generally engaged. The "big" class size (~115) didn't seem too bad or intimidating.
professors: I was impressed by the "lunch w/ the professors." I was in the room with Prof. Epstein, who is the Dean (or Asst, whatever) of the clinical programs. The clinics, if you can get into one your 3rd yr, seem really amazing.
Only downsides (for me): admit students seem in general to be a younger bunch (maybe this is why NU is so appealing for an older person like me!!!
); COL for nice apts in the immediate area - i.e. walking distance - are higher than I would like to pay, so going here would mean commuting prob. 20-30 minutes every day. Also, the financial aid guy in my session indicated about 1/3 of the aid applicants are awarded grants... I have a feeling I will be in the other two-thirds