"They only take your unweighed gpa into account though, is that right?"
No, UC's have their own UC GPA. It is calculated by using the unweighted sum of your grades using a 4.0 scale (4=A, B=3, etc.) of your sophomore and junior years and then adding 8 to them if you have taken 8 or more semesters of AP/Honors courses. So for example, I took 7 AP/Honors classes during my sophomore and junior years combined, so through both years I had 14 semesters of AP/Honors right? But UC's only count 8 semesters of it. So really, using the UC system, they will only recognize 8/14 semester as being given an extra point. Do you understand it? I think what you were looking at as far as undergraduate GPA's is the UC GPA. At Cal, I think last year's average unweighted GPA was around 3.85-3.89 if I was given the correct information by a Cal representative. But anyway, if you have your UC GPA, then I can help you out because then we can compare it to those of the admitted/denied/deferred/etc. Either way, I think that you are competitive enough and the grades are there no matter what.