As for practicing in Florida, If you want to go to school in Alabama go to UA if you can. The alumni is more wide spread. To allow you to be mobile you will need to go to an ABA school. If I am not mistaken, Non-ABA grads who practice for 5 years and maintain good standing with their state's bar can sit for the Florida exam.
I will have to recheck my source on that.
The bottom line on this whole discussion is that if you get accepted and it works for you personally, UA is an excellent choice. The other schools in the state all have good points but they are benchmarked against UA.