I actually strongly disagree with the 'do not draft closers before round ten' thing. Draft one closer you know to be good, between the seventh and tenth rounds, then don't bother with the Mike Adams and Dan Micelis of this world. I wasted a couple of good picks on guys who lost their jobs within weeks, when I could have much improved my third outfield slot, for example. But Trevor Hoffman has been a rock for several teams.
I would have agreed with you if this were last year. However, after watching Lidge bust it up this season, there really is no way to tell which closers are going to fall apart on you. Next year, I think im going to wait on a closer until at least the 8th-9th round.