I'm currently a 3L at Davis. You may want to reconsider going there. Here are some reasons why:
Fees are going up.
Fees have gone up significantly, without notice, since my class started. This is mostly due to the California budget crisis and the fact that they like to burden grad students more than undergrads, and affects all the UCs.
Davis offers few classes.
We just registered for 2nd semester, and a lot of us were upset that there were so few classes offered. Sure there are a lot of classes in the course bulletin, but those classes are rarely offered. Also, the focus here is heavily on public interest law (although there is a decent international law program for its size), so if you're not interested in that, you may want to find another place to go.
Obviously we have a number of good professors. But a lot of professors are just bad. At least one that I have heard about doesn't even show up to class if he has to teach a 1L class.
Rent is high
Consider Davis rent when you think about living here. The city doesn't allow much development, and more students keep coming in, so rent just keeps going higher and there is very little vacancy (although there was some vacancy this last season due to one new apt complex going in).
The building sucks
It's really quite bad, as you've already seen. The only plus is the outlets at every seat and the wireless internet.
The administration doesn't care
With all these issues (and others), we really get the feeling the administration doesn't care about fixing the problems, or listening to student concerns, at all. This is a problem at all schools, but I think it's worse here than other schools I've experienced.