I think you analyzed your team pretty well. Great offense, blue-collar pitching staff (hard-workers who grind out good seasons). I still would like to have a guy that I am confident will get me K's, W's and decent ERA. But you should be fine with a bunch of 13/14 game winners, rather than a 17 game winner and a few 10 game winners.
There are two things that can go terribly wrong in a draft, one is nowhere near as bad as the other. You can get to a spot where there is no value in the top 5 or 6 guys on the board, so you make a reach, that is the one that makes you feel like you had a bad draft. The other is when there is so much value that you end up taking a guy who might not be the best pick for your team, but is the best pick available. If I had the first two outfield picks that you had, I would have so much trouble taking Berkman, and would probably have grabbed a pitcher.
But I think it worked out pretty well for you, and you can always move him to first if necessary.viewtopic.php?t=326299