I have seen real improvement in games. i went thru the LG Bible, and took about 10 real LSATs before i realized a coherant approach to the varying games sections. i seem to be getting around 6 wrong (average) per LG section, which is great for me.
i have seen very modest improvements for LR, but my timing has gotten very good with them. RC also, not much in the way of questions, but timing has really gotten better. i was pretty good at the LR/RC stuff off the bat.
i dont know what to tell you other then my overall improvements have been very subtle. my diag LSAT was a 162, my most recent was 167, i think 171 would probably be about the max for me on my best day. ive done better then that, but only on older tests and i dont think they match up well to the newer ones.
some people may disagree, but i am of the school who believe that LSAT performance is primarily dictated by ability. So, even the best preperation can only take you to a score within personal limits.
I've been through the princeton review book. i have 15 real lsats (i've taken 3 full so far). I have the bible on its way from amazon. i'm looking at as many different resources as i can. i'm just wondering, as you went along, when you first started to feel or see real progress. maybe this is dumb question i'm asking. i'm just curious because i'm a little frustrated.