My two buddies who took it in February said they compared notes on the Crimes essay and found that they each approached it differently, analyzed it differently, wrote it differently, and came to different conclusions. And they both passed.
The Bar's got to expect this, especially when they keep tweaking the fact patterns. As of this moment, each of our approaches has as good a chance as the next. And all we'll know come November is what they weren't looking for.
Despair not. Remember Feb '07's great Crawford debate? Many people who didn't talk about it at all, at least not by that name, passed.
As long as you had something to type for easy essay and PT, you've got a shot. I saw some people who had their arms folded for much of the time. Stuff like that makes me wonder.