Cheeks, you're hardcore, man!
I took ten preps and read two and a half prep books, studying about 1 to 2 hours a day on top of doing a preptest about every 2nd day for three and a half weeks, taking a small break in the last week. I suggest you don't do the same. My biggest mistake, I would say, was spending too little time on the actual studying. Preps teach you a great deal, but I refused, for example, to have the Logic Games Bible help me. I'm only really starting to get it now, after the fact (yes, I took a few games after the LSAT, so what?).