Now, I live in Tallahassee so I could be completely wrong, but I've heard that many parts of Michigan are suffering from huge bits of unemployment and poverty after so many auto plants have closed. I'd look at each of the city's unemployment rates, crime rates, and what the educated population is like in each. If you do end up living in Michigan and taking the Michigan bar, you might want to be in a stable area.
I'm from Michigan and I would go to the Rochester campus, provided it's actually accredited now. Nicest place to live of the three and it's on an actual university campus, which makes it feel less like a degree mill, I imagine. Well, maybe the other two are on university campuses, as well, I have no clue.
Like I said, I live in Florida... So I don't know what it is like to live in Michigan... I do talk to prospective students who want to come to my school for ug recruiting, and some of them are from Michigan and have been saying that they want to get out because of the unemployment... But again, never been to Michigan and was just trying to be helpful.
I am not going to stay in Michigan, even if I do end up graduating from Cooley. I am moving back to Miami and take the bar here, buying a unicorn and getting an apartment in fantasy land.