I am a first time Forecast user and although I "hate" numbers and advanced math, I found the book to be very interesting. The writing is not a just a rehash of the statistical data in the book. It is insightful, and at times entertaining. The "blurbs" at the end of each player’s statistical break down saved me.
I am working on a way to combine the Mayberry Method with the Portfolio3 Plan AND consider the LIMA Plan!
Seriously, about as an effective tool for fantasy baseball I have every come across. I always buy a magazine to kick off my fantasy baseball year. The Forecaster put it to shame.
In addition, as far as access to the site - I think if you purchased the book directly from Baseball HQ they threw in something a little extra. I cannot remember what it is. I know I have downloaded a ton of excel spreadsheets that will be updated the first of March.
If God does not like the way I'm living my life, he can tell me himself.