Hello, I'm a high school senior looking to major in physics and will likely be attending either the University of Colorado at Boulder or the University of Rochester. I'm interested in how people here think the physics programs at these schools compare in terms of quality of classes and the scope/depth of research being done. I'm very interested in pursuing a PhD in physics after I graduate, so having access to lots of research opportunities is very important to me. So, which school would you pick for physics, when considering only the strength of their programs? (Yes, I know lots of other factors matter too, and I've thought a lot about those. Costs will be approximately equal, so for now I want to gather information only about the strength of the physics programs offered at each school. Personal anecdotes would be much appreciated as well!) Thanks!