Asking what your "target" score should be for the LSAT is kind of irrelevant, because all you can do is the best you can do.
Exactly what I was thinking. What's the point of formulating a goal LSAT, and before you've even taken a practice? I wouldn't advise anyone to start setting their sights on any specific school until they've at least taken a practice test.
Everyone's "target" score is the highest that they can realistically do. Even if you have a target school that isn't highly ranked, the higher the LSAT the better chance of free $$$.
Sorry to be a Debbie Downer. I guess it's fun to fantasize.