mkultra wrote:Completely agree that this is your biggest problem. I've said it before, I'll say it again- don't get cute with your league. Your league's usability takes a nosedive quickly if you stray too far from tried-and-fast rules, for better or worse. You're back to the Dark Ages of Excel, email, and message boards.
I was in a standard auction league using CBS stat service one time. CBS has all of the colums to keep track of salary and contracts. This league decided to do it a different way and keep only the names on CBS and keep everything else on a spreadsheet that continued from year to year. They felt this was easier than inputting everything on CBS. It was the biggest mess I have ever seen but they had done this way for years. One year and I was out of the league. == My point is the same as above. Don't make your rules so different that stat services can't use them. Using a stat service and a spreadsheet is not something you want to do.