You have a strong GPA. If you can show a true interest in the Osteopathy and have some DO letters and medical exposure it is worth a shot.
The problem is that PCOM sends 2? to everyone so you can't be sure if they are interested in you or your money. But if everyone decides it is too late and does not send theirs in you are in a prime spot. As long as there are still spots open when they receive your 2? you may stand a chance for an interview. Send the admissions office an email and express your concerns.
As far as the reapp. thing goes, that depends on what you are doing to improve your application. If you finish the process now and don't hear anything and then send the exact same application to them in june, then you are not going to get the reapplicant benefit. But who knows, you may get in now. That's a great g.p.a. but the mcat score doesn't stand out. If you have extensive clinical experience and a moving personal statement, then go for it. I don't know. I've come to fully believe the process is a big crapshoot.
If it were me I would send it in. However, I am a sucker for hope. That being said, my precautionary statement is to not get your hopes up.
thats why im worried...i just graduating and Im working at the tumor registry of my local hospital for now...so it snot like im at college where there is always stuff to do..and looking to retake the mcat.
Just send the application. You already paid the $ through the AACOMAS you might as well pony up the rest and see what happens. If you don't get in your out what $100? Apply next year and do it earlier! If you get in you will save yourself a year and some more $. All i can see is an upside to this.