Welcome to Fantasy Baseball! Part of the fun is trying things out on your own. You say you don't like Yahoo's list. What don't you like about it? If you can answer that, then you can change some things yourself. It's good looking at rankings and projections to use as a starting point, but you shouldn't just blindly accept someone else's rankings without putting a little thought into it. That's like playing a game of chess with someone feeding you every move to make.
There are many "top 100" lists in these forums. Search or browse, and you'll find them. There are other ones free online. Of course there's the "Big Board" of Funston, but I take it that's not what you want. I like the list at baseballdocs.com, though I take exception to some of points (the colored tiers are very nice though). I like his general order within positions - I just disagree mostly where the players from different positions are put into the Master list.