I have a few questions:
 How many tax law courses are offered? Do many students seem interested in this field?
 What sort of government agencies recruit at BYU Law? (DOJ, FBI, CIA, State AG's, White House, Military, etc.)
 I know you've discussed the competitive atmosphere at length, but what is the "feel" of the student body? Is it tense? Do people wear rank on their sleeves? Although grades are distributed in private envelopes, are ranks posted in public areas? What's reported to employers--GPA, percentile, or raw rank?
 To be competitive, what is a realistic estimate of time invested in out-of-classroom study? (I would probably be shooting for the top 1/3, but not top 10) I am married, expecting twins in June, and want to "be around" for my family without sacrificing GPA. I know this can vary significantly for different people, but what should I expect?
 You mentioned some "BIGLAW" firms recruiting at the school, do you have some specific examples? Are they generally looking for only one or two candidates?