Go to school in the location you want to live in after graduation. Tier 4's are fine I go to one and it has worked out great up to this point. I was in a similar dilemma last year and I almost went to Michigan State, which would have been the WORST decision of my life. Instead I am in California at a tier 4 which has been awesome and I even got a paying internship this summer, which many people from higher ranked schools don't have. Law school really is what you MAKE of it and the rankings are completely irrelevant outside of the top 50 or so schools. In Florida or California nobody is going to know anything about Cleveland State unless you want to live in Ohio don't go to an Ohio School. If you want to live in California go to law school in California if you want to live in Florida go to school in Florida regradless of the rank unless you are going to Harvard or something. The reality is almost all law schools are local and my tier 4 in San Francisco does quite well for itself in San Francisco/Bay Area. If I ever want to move out of the area it will be hard, but there are numerous alumni etc in the Bay Area and California doing just fine.
Ave Maria as I understood was not in a great location in Florida, but I have no idea. With your numbers you could get into FIU next year, which is a good school and ridiculously cheap with in-state tuition and it is in Miami.
The bottom line is no ABA school is awful it takes a lot of time for a school to get accredited and the ABA is legitimate organization with actual standards unlike U.S. News Rankings, which is unapproved opinion piece with a idiotic formula. The reality is law schools teach you the law and when you learn the law you can become a good lawyer. Almost all the B.S. you hear about tier 4's are written by people that have never even attended law school or taken the LSAT.