I've seen lot of original posts, followed later by posts that said something like, "I knew people were going to take this wrong...." It would be better to anticipate negative responses by posting enough information to head off the complaints, such as, "I'm not going to be working, and I know I can handle a heavy course load. I realize that accelerated programs cover everything that standard or part-time program covers." It may be a pain, but dealing with the posts that misunderstand where you're coming from is an even bigger pain.
Also, some people who find this thread may be seeking the same information you are. If you'd list the schools
you already know of, then others might benefit from your
research, and won't post redundant information.
A friend of mine got her masters at Simmons College in Boston in around 1 1/2 years, and is now practicing as an ANP. I don't know what they offer now, but I do know they offer an interesting program that allows you to simultaneously get a NP masters while simultaneously pursuing an MPH at Harvard -- or, they did last year.