bauermj wrote:If you don't want to do any work Fantistics is probably the way to go, but their projections are HUGELY optimistic and their software is nice but has quirks (Support also takes 24 hours per email; makes problem solving a week long adventure). If you are going to enter your own projections I would go with RotoLab. This is what I will be doing next season.
Agreed. I don't have the time to figure out true values based on statistics so I get Rotolab, customize the statistics and go into all my drafts/auctions with a very good idea of player values based on MY predictions. For $50 it's well worth it to me not to have to sit and manually figure out or guess at values, particularly for auctions. Then again, I play in three $200+ leagues, and I know a lot of guys don't like to pay a lot for fantasy baseball. So the $50 doesn't really matter much to me if it saves me time and helps me win.