I am. Just curious about other people's experiences with the application process. Because I am more interested in the research end and would ultimately be aiming for a PhD, I felt I had to ignore things like tuition and climate, and just apply to the top programs (tongue placed firmly in cheek). The usual suspect list features schools in some financially unfriendly places (Berkeley, Boston, etc.) but if I get in then I guess it's worth it blah blah blah.
Scrolling through posts from previous years, I've found that admissions letters are sent out around late March or early April. After throwing so much effort into the applications, waiting to hear back is a little like sitting in the electric chair not knowing when they will throw the switch. I know the wait-time complaint is a hackneyed rue, but that doesn't make it easier to endure.
BTW, for anyone in NY, the Jane Jacobs exhibit at the Municipal Art Society is almost over, so make an effort to get there. The display is interesting, the bookstore even more.