OK, leaving aside the $ issue, and the city/rural issue, how do you all feel about comparing these schools for someone who is leaning more primary care than research, and who would like to do a CA residency once done with med school? One thing Im trying to understand, is, for Penn St, while only maybe 15% graduate into a CA residency, partly the reason is that many arent applying there, unlike Keck, which puts about 85% into CA residencies. Another thing, is a question of what type of student body in terms of attitude each school has - is it more cutthroat, more laidback, etc? Also, which is best for someone who wants to have more options in case the med school experience changes current thoughts about what one wants to do after med school in terms of specialization? And of course, general comments are welcome. Alrighty, have at it! Thx!