The same here with TQ STATS. Our league has been with them for 9 years, and really enjoyed the service they provided. I think they shot themselves in the foot this year. Last week I moved our league to ROTOWIRE ($69.99), and have been pretty satisfied. They don't provide the level of service that TQ STATS did prior to this year (basic printable rosters with contracts and salaries with ACTIVE player separated from RESERVE, or a comprehensive printable report).
What they do have is accurate stats and standings, ALL active, and most minor league players available (with the ability to type in the names of minor league players not available). Be prepared to spend some time if you move your league. I'm pretty quick, but with 11 teams of 25 players, and a 15 man reserve roster, and three weeks of moves (some retro-active), it took me about 5 hours, but it has been well worth it. They are a little slow (probably due to the unexpected number of leagues moving from TQ), but it's only a minor inconvenience. The site hasn't crashed yet, and pretty user friendly
One of the neat features they have is a free agent pickup forum whereby all teams can submit their free agent bids, and the COMMISH CAN'T open them prior to the free agent deadline that the league sets up. This prevents allegations of the COMMISH reading FAABS early, and making his accordingly. All in all, our league members are VERY satisfied with ROTOWIRE, but it's still not as good as TQ STATS was BEFORE this year.