I didn't know what other forum to throw this question on, but we have a 12-team league at work with weekly line-ups, inflexible rules, and a somewhat incompetent commissioner (this year he screwed up the playoff seedings so the wrong teams were matched up against each other - that's just one example).
Anyways, about 6 of us in this league are thinking of getting out of this one and forming a new one. We want it to be an auction-style, keeper-league draft 5x5 league with daily line-up changes, all of which goes against the very vanilla set-up we have in our current league (points league, weekly line-ups, draft style, no keepers). The other 6 people in our current league would not go for this, as they say their lives are too busy to keep up with a daily league and they think an auction is too confusing for some reason.
The thing is though, everyone involved in the current league are all co-workers who respect each other, etc. so how do the 6 of us gracefully bow out of our league without a bunch of hurt feelings? Because effectively what we're doing is killing the league we're currently in, 'cause I honestly don't think they'll be able to find 6 other guys to replace us. Is there a good diplomatic way to do this?