What do you want to hear? You think these guys are going to care about the difference between a 750 from a few years ago and maybe a 730 now? The test may be getting harder, but the students are getting better. It doesn't matter if a 700 now is like a 900 from the 90s. You're competing with new grads, not guys who went to school 20 years ago.
If you do reasonably well, the GRE won't get you in anywhere, but it won't keep you out either. You need solid LORs and research experience (or to have valuable minority status, or to know someone).
All the information you need is available around here, or thegradcafe, or various department websites. 850+ gets you a good shot anywhere, 800+ gets you a decent shot anywhere, 750+ good enough for top 20, 700+ good enough for top 30, 600+ good enough for schools that require the test, etc., etc.