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TopChuckie wrote:I'm a commish on CBS but I can't speak specifically to your questions, however I can tell you that CBS has a FAAB system in name only. My league has a very traditional FAAB system and I am still forced to process our FAAB by hand, the most time consuming part of my job as commish, because of the limitations of CBS's FAAB system, which I and many others have written to them about on numerous occasions over the years, to no avail.
If the FAAB system is one of the most critical requirements for you in a stats service, then you are probably far better off going with OnRoto. Their standard FAAB system as far better than CBS's and they are far more receptive to making changes to suit your league's needs.
baseballboy wrote:I am an experienced commissioner starting a new keeper league on CBS sports and I am going to use FAAB which I am new to. I've researched for weeks and can not find a clear answer for my concerns.
TopChuckie wrote:The main problem I have with CBS is that they don't properly prioritize and process contingency bids, and that's a deal breaker for me, as far as using their FAAB. I simply refuse to "dumb down" our FAAB process. I do still prefer them over OnRoto for most every other aspect, so much so that I suffer through doing our FAAB by hand rather than move to OnRoto and their superior FAAB system. If CBS would just implement OnRoto's FAAB system I would pretty much have no complaints.
bigmck wrote:I agree that not being able to "prioritize" the bids is a minus for their system. -- What do you mean having to "process them by hand"? The FAAB does process automatically if desired.
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