I loved the ASD on the 27th/28th. The faculty and staff I met were the best. Monica Ingram and all the staff in her office were exceptionally noteworthy.
I really liked the atmosphere (which everyone has mentioned). This is the biggest difference for me between UT and the other schools I was admitted too. I also think that if Texas is where you want to work, it is the best school to be at. The employment stats were impressive considering how large the student body is. The top half have great employment opportunities, and the bottom half can still get decent jobs. Texas is also very strong in clerkships (apparently last year they placed better than Chicago according to the Dean).
Another huge plus for me was the clinics....one of the best Supreme Court clinics in the country. There are also a large number of journals to compete for, which is nice.
On the whole I would give Texas a 9/10.
Ironically the one thing that is going to take a huge adjustment for me is the city. Most people rave about Austin, but it is a huge change from what I am used to. I live in a larger city and like it.