I do not understand why people want all the information in one spot. To me the only thing this does is make it easier for the less informed owner or someone that doesn't want to do their own homework. I think it's GOOD to have some things(actually a lot of things) not so easily available...it's actually what separates good/informed/studied fantasy players from the run of the mill, who cares, I'm just playing to play owners. When all this stuff is so easily available and right there for anyone to see without doing their own homework it makes it difficult to separate yourself from everyone else....just my opinion.
It is personal preference. I want to win my league because I have better baseball instincts and I understand the game better, not because I know where to find the important stats. Centralize as much of the information as you can and make winning the league about using that information better than your opponent, not by having better information in the first place.
Used to agree with JJ - got super-irritated when Yahoo starting posting news stories about prospects I'd known which I already knew plenty about - but that train has come and gone. There's so much information out there, and so much competition between fantasy news writers that it's hard to play in a competitive (fun) league and and not have everyone know most of the important info. It comes down to analyzing the metadata and making decisions that are sometimes the opposite of the sheep that read the Yahoo 'expert' blogs.
LFoD '08 [1st/3rd], '10 [1st/3rd], '11 [1st/2nd], '12 [1st/1st], '13, [1st/2nd], '14, [1st/1st]
BRAL '09 2nd, '10 1st