I am an OHSU undergrad graduate and a current PhD student. I did not go through the RN-BS program, but I know several of the people involved with it. All schools have their issues, but I think that the program at OHSU is a good one. It seems able to meet the needs of new AD grads as well as RNs who have been out there a long time. It is a mostly on-line program, but there are in person intensives which I think is superior to on-line only programs (but I don't like on-line only programs, YMMV)
What I think really sets it apart however is that it has integrated the new "OCNE" curriculum (http://www.ohsu.edu/son/academic/bs-index.shtml
) which has been developed by some of the best nurse educators around (including Chris Tanner who has, among other things, worked extensively with Benner of From Novice to Expert fame).
I also highly recommend Portland (as much as I don't want more people moving here) it's much more livable than Seattle.
My suggestion would be to go ahead and contact the director of the program and talk about your questions. Also, if you want more info off-forum, you can email me.