yah. the customizable and adaptable nature of sportsline is the reason i won't play fantasy baseball anywhere else.
i don't like your 5th hitting category... if you have HRs as one category and then doubles plus triples as another, you're basically counting every hit except for singles. better to include OBP as a 5th category since not making an out is the best thing a hitter can do.
we use wins minus losses instead of just wins and it makes for a really interesting category. and discourages people from just churning pitchers to accumulate stats. also is fun to hear people bitch and moan about being at -7, worse than they started the season. something else you might want to consider now that you have the ability of sportsline is splitting up starter wins from reliever wins. it always ticked me off when a closer would blow a save and then get an even more valuable win when his team rescued him in the bottom of the inning. so the way we do it is the categories are:
Starter Wins/Losses: Wins - Losses - Reliever Wins + Reliever Losses
Reliever Saves+: Saves + Holds + Reliever Wins - Reliever Losses - Blown Saves
active players = players in your active lineup
reserve players = bench
injured players = umm... injured players
minors players = players who are in the minors, if you want to use minor-league spots
total players (min/max) = all the above added together
so you might have 15 active spots and 8 bench spots. you can just set active min/max to be both 15 and bench min/max to be both 8. or you can let people bench more players if they want so you'd have something like active min = 10, active max = 15. bench min = 8, bench max = 13. but your total max would still be 23. i don't use minimums; just set them at zero.
now... should you switch?
if you want to just do standard 5x5, then yahoo is probably ok. but if you want to use better statistics, combining your own, then it's time to switch. and the price isn't really that big of a deal... $130 split 16 ways is still under $10/head or under $2/month each. and if you get a referral, you get $50 off. fwiw, sportsline also has a much better player database. there's nobody who you would want to get who isn't in there. whereas yahoo always has the run to get the hot minor-leaguer who just got put in on some random thursday.
best of luck.
0-3 to 4-3. Worst choke in the history of baseball. Enough said.