The LSAT sucks. It's also a huge moneymaker for tens of thousands of people. Screw it.If I were you I would just head off to school this year and stop pumping money into the LSAT money pit. Get on with your life and have a blast in law school this fall and beyond.
lol. You are the first person to suggest that I do not retake in all the postings I have made. The part about going on with your life totally hits home for me because I do not want to waste another year waiting. However, if I do wait, my wife and I can save up some money and she could possibly get her master's degree. The worst thing that could happen if I retake in June is not doing any better/doing worse and then going ahead to law school in the fall and any time I spent studying would have been a waste. But I don't think I will study too hard or burn myself out leading up to this LSAT so I don't think it will be too big of a problem. I do completly understand your point though.
My suggestion is to stop reading the forums. They are full of elitist dip shits who are the reason you feel like if you don't get a 167+ your life is over. When I initially started reading any type of LSAT based forum it was very insightful and put me on the right track. After that it's useless it just puts added pressure on you because you're talking to a bunch of equally obsessive people. My original timed diagnostic was 140 in Jan. I had unrealistic expectations of the test due to word of mouth. I basically got the information I needed from the forum and went on studying and the anxiety and pressure seemed to alleviate itself the more I learned the material. I jumped from a 140 to in the range of a 170-172. Study alot, don't associate yourself with too many people who are as OCD as you about this, and spend alot of time going over the ones you got wrong on the practice tests.