I could write a book about how the FSB has impacted the world, the students, and myself in particular. For time's sake, let's just start with a summary.
1) The professors are great role-models of upstanding, honest, and successful business people. More importantly, they don't put themselves on a pedestal. They are more like mentors who teach something that they are passionate about. They equate your success with their success. In particular, Professors Jerry Fox and Deidra Colvin have been people I look up to in this aspect.
2) I call the FSB "The Land of Opportunity". I was involved with SIFE on many levels, and wrote for AMG my senior year. They have both been beneficial to where I'm at now. It's there for the taking, all you have to do is make yourself available.
3) As a result of my experience with the FSB I decided to apply to the RMBA, which is what I'm currently doing.
All in all, I couldn't be happier with the experience I've had with the FSB. It is irreplaceable, the diploma was just a bonus.