do you have a specific question? I will give you generalities: I went to a caribbean school. MED School GPA 3.8. STEP 1 and 2 in the 90's. Matched Anesthesiology at my 3rd choice. Very happy. PD is squared away and has a well structured program.
Step 1 = 214/87. Although this is a decent score I think it was below the cutoff for many programs. I think a lot of programs cut off at 215-220.
I applied to 31 programs and I only received 6 interview invites (at lower tier programs) despite an overall good application with good LOR's (no anesthesia letters at time of application).
I only applied to programs in mid sized cities beause I have a family, (no NYC, Philly, Chicago) so it limited my choices somewhat.
I got my step 2 (235/95) back the first week of November but by then I think many programs had decided who they planned to interview already.
I think for anesthesia it is more important to have a good step 1 than it is to have a good step 2, because programs seem to decide early on interviews and who they select.
The medicine programs prefer a good step 2 because it is probably a better reflection of how good a doctor you will be because it requires more of a thought process than step 1. (Mostly regurgitation of minutiae)
Despite very few interviews I still matched at my first choice, and equally as important I got a medicine prelim program which I am told was quite competitive!
To sum up, do very well on Step 1 (>220) and it will open more doors or take step 2 (and do well) and have the scores back before you submit your application. Also get an anesthesia letter early.