I have my heart set on doing a competitive residency after med school. (I'd be interested in getting a residency in California, although not 100% sure at this point.) I have been lucky enough to land a prestigious scholarship to U Mich....the school is going to end up costing me the same as Baylor. Southwestern is probably my most expensive option of the three, but not by much. I'm a native Texan, but I would be willing to brave the cold (somehow) if the difference in 6 ranking points (as deemed by US News) would make a difference in getting a good residency. US news indicates residency directors regard Michigan very highly - 0.8 or so points higher than Baylor and SW. Does this really matter? Why would this be the case when Baylor has the TMC and an expanded clinical program? I can't decide where I would be "happiest" at this point because I simply don't know. I feel I could find my niche at either of the three schools. Maybe more so at Baylor and Michigan rather than Southwestern... I am really, really, really torn at this point and would *greatly* appreciate any and all advice you could share about the reputation of these three schools in the residency world. Thank you so much!