I've seen a few people write reviews of programs based upon what they claim to have experienced while interviewing at them. Most of the upper-levels do not really want people from non-elite programs. This includes DO schools and FMGs. Before people get themselves worked up, ask yourselves why this might actually be the case. For one, programs like Harvard are, in some part, prestigious because of the places their residents come from. While this is somewhat circular logic, it's how they generally operate. It's true that there is a DO in the Yale CA-1 class (I know him and he's a good resident) but that's the exception. Most people at the top programs are from other upper-level places. Perhaps you too will be one of the exceptions, and I wish everyone the best of luck in the match. Just don't get too upset when people post what's basically well known about certain places, Hopkins included. As about the letter that Savarese sent all his incoming residents a year or so ago explaining that there would be nobody from low-level programs matching if you're still doubtful. I know you can read about it via the search function.