Most criminal lawyers do cases on a flat fee basis which means they estimate how much time the case will require. Sometimes we are right and make money but other times we underestimate and lose money. For residential burglary, and this is just my opinion, $35 to $75K is ridiculous. I have tried murder trials more efficiently. $25K sounds right to me for your case, especially if the lawyer will take a down payment and let you pay the rest in installments. Hourly rate has nothing to do with fixed fee; doubtless the lawyers are just trying to give you an idea about what their time is worth. If you elect fixed fee, with a $25K cap, the hourly rate no longer means anything.
By the way, I would do it for $25K, start to finish, with initial $10K retainer.
I concur with my colleague, $75,000-$150,000 is not a reasonable fee for a charge of this type and my own fee structure is similar to his.