The cost is definitely a big factor. If you're instate for one of those schools, then it's probably cheaper and will be the better choice. I cannot speak to how exactly competitive McIntire and Berkeley, but I know it will still be tough to reach to the top. However, while you will be in McCombs, you will still need to work just as hard to distinguish yourself, especially if you're looking in consulting/i-banking. So, no matter what, there's going to be little leeway not to be the best.
Also, I know McCombs has the top accounting program for undergrad and we do well in recruiting for the southwest for top jobs like consulting/i-banking. In addition, it is possible to go to Wall Street, but you will need to work harder than at McIntire because of the school's location. McCombs offers great support (one of the top career services). However, most of my experience is from being in BHP. I don't know if you're in it, but that has defined my McCombs experience because it really is a small community with a diverse body of students. You can transfer as a sophomore and I recommend it because, once again, it has been a great support system in this HUGE school and a challenging curriculum.
There are all great and you can go to the top jobs wherever if you push yourself at any of these schools. While McIntire and Haas may be a little bit higher to recruiters, McCombs is good, too. It's going to have to come down to the overall college. Do you like people, the campus, the Greek system, the other resources, the other schools (like liberal arts and so on)? I've learned it's those things that make the college experience. And even if you're in-state, maybe an out-of-state will be worthwhile.