I agree that most people on this board have MUCH higher than average numbers (there is also the possibility that a few people are fudging their numbers, but that's a topic for another day...).
While I can't relate to their sky high test scores and "Should I go to Yale or Harvard" questions, I have learned so much about the LSAT and the law school admissions process in general. Sure a few people are huge jerks, but on any message board there are people who post just because they think it is fun to make other people angry. At least the jerks here are somewhat well-informed.
I agree that hypercompetitive "gunners" really stink, and I know it seems self serving but I'm sometimes glad I don't qualify to go to a T14 with them! This is not meant to be disrespectful to the vast
majority of law students who are great people.
I'm just talking about the hypercompetitive environment that is more likely to occur the higher the school is ranked.