One other note: I think that you have a really great shot at getting accepted to almost any regionally recognized school; therefore, geography should matter to you because those schools typically tend to place best in that region. i.e., where do you want (or think you might want) to end up after law school?
For example, I'd say you'd have no problem with a 3.6/162 getting into U Tenn - Knoxville, which is ranked (if you care about the rankings) by USN at #53. You're well above the 75% for LSAT at that school and definitely in the top half for GPA.
That's just one example, but there's tons of schools like that that you should have no problem gaining acceptance. But if you go to U Tenn, you probably won't find much luck getting the best law job in Seattle, etc...