All in all, from what I've learned from active attorney's in my area, is that where you went to school is far less important than if you're good at what you do.
Non ABA schools are a very good option considering you can practice law almost anywhere so long as you pass the bar in California and practice for a few years before applying to take the bar in another state.
The ABA is nice but is very over rated. I think people are going to see a shift as the cost v. benefit of attending an ABA school is not what it once was when you compare dollars and cents.
Let me repeat- - only attend a non ABA accredited law school after you have exhausted all efforts and been rejected by the above established schools which are working towards accreditation.
One of the most important questions to ask is "What do I want to do after law school?" If you can answer that, it will help you figure out if a CBA school is a good option.
Honestly, I'd never even heard of most of the schools you mentioned (except Cooley) before reading this post....