spydog wrote:I used Fantistics last year and was relatively pleased. However, I just purchased RotoChamp and I love it. I think it has a better interface and it was much cheaper. I think I paid somewhere around $60 last year for the Fantistics draft software + the season updates, but only paid $25 for RotoChamp.
RotoChamp has the functionality of Fantistics/RotoLab with the price of DiamondDraft.
I used to do my own Excel spreadsheet program, but really feel now that these draft programs are well worth the investment if you are serious about fantasy baseball and can afford to shell out some cash.
Does rotochamp have the customization to adjust projections based on your own input? I am looking to purchase a draft software this year that has the capacity to incorporate my own '11 projections... preferably something that gives the option to weight your own projections versus whatever consensus the software is programmed with.