Can anyone give me basic overviews of Southern, Southeastern, and Southwestern seminaries? Theology (more/less reformed), Focus (I've heard Southern focuses on theology, Southeastern on the Great Commission, etc), Notable professors, Atmosphere (chapel services, campus, etc), the seminary's President, etc.. Things like Cost I can find on the schools' websites, but it is harder to find some other things that are important. And please give well-reasoned explanations. I've seen a few threads where people just rant about how bad a school is without giving any legitimate reasons for why the school is bad.