Let's start with the first application filed for this post.
Wilmington - Offers the lowest ranking of the programs I applied to. It is a DBA program (that should in theory focus on practice more than research) that could be attractive should I opt to remain in banking. It also offered the easiest application process. There was no GMAT or GRE required. It required a 2-3 page statement, 3 references (handwritten), and transcripts. I hit some snags with the program (I was applying prior to my MBA and MA being conferred, which I was told wouldn't be a problem - it was). I went through the process of tracking down recommendations, transcripts, etc. to be told that they would hold my file until conferred. Mind you I had rushed to submit this application (ahead of other programs I'm potentially more interested in) because I was told the cohorts fill quickly based on the rolling admissions. I pushed back with the University due to the conflicting responses I had received and was sent up the line to someone else who told me they would go ahead and score my application. This was offered with a big BUT. They have 4-5 interviews scheduled for the remaining 3 or so spots. I've received an invitation for an interview, but it appears I'll be hoping for someone to defer if I get through this process. I'll be in Wilmington on 2/3 to see what unfolds. I'm not hanging it up yet. It could be an interesting program and maybe it'll work out?