I agree. What will really be important if you want to do OCI next fall is find ways to work your experience from this summer in. I've been told a lot of OCI interviewers, sometimes for lack of anything else to talk about, make it a point to ask why you did what you did last summer and how that fits into your plans with their organization.
A lot of skills are transferrable, and spin is always a good thing. Keep an eye out for your spin depending on your future career goals. Biglaw will want to find someone that won't bail on them after 6 months of research and document review their first 6 months. Mid and small firms will want to find someone that won't ditch them after they get some experience under their belt for Biglaw. PI orgs will want to find someone that isn't just looking for a job they "believe in" but one they have committed to.
As a IL, you kind of have to take what you get for the summer. Good thing its something you want. Approach it looking for the skills and experience you will want to market this fall dependant on your future plans.