Art, I respectfully disagree. Collusion isn't the only reason to veto a trade. Yahoo even states in their official rules that the only reason to make a trade is to try to improve your own team. One team has no chance of improving here. In the MLB, Selig vetoes trades all the time, equal value has to change hands. In fantasy, it is the responsibility of the other managers to police their own league by not allowing one manager to gain an unfair advantage by taking advantage of stupid and/or apathetic managers. I would never veto a trade if I knew that the owner trading was making an honest effort to improve his/her own team, but this trade calls that standard into question. You simply can't allow such lopsided trades to go through; they ruin leagues.