I'm not a Burnitz owner (except, I think, in some public leagues that I don't update), but I do wish I was. People just don't respect Jeremy Burnitz. He's hit over thirty homers 5 times in his career. He's gotten close to 40. He's playing in CO. Aubrey is a good young hitter, but he's only topped 30 and 100 once. I also wouldn't advise trading Huff for too little, especially when his value isn't low. The thing is, Burnitz isn't too little. He has a great shot at 40 homers this year, and his RBI and R will be very high. Higher than Huff, and theres no reason sans blind faith to believe Huff will have a better year. Let me put it in a different way that might be easier for you to understand. For Huff to have a better year than Burnitz, he'd have to at least match last season's HR numbers, and continue to build on last season's RBI and R numbers. A semi-breakout. For Burnitz to have a better year, all he'd have to do is replicate what he's already done. Factor in the fact that he's a Rockie, and that boosts his chance of being better even more. Burnitz has a pure power stroke. He has a lot more power than Huff, and he's playing in CO. This isn't hard guys.
Now, you want to get as much value as you can for Huff. If most gms in your league won't bother looking at what is actually probable, then try to get more for him than Burnitz. Always max out your value. But know that, realistically, and applying logic, theres no reason to <i>think</i> Huff will have a better year than Burnitz (other than in batting average). None.
Like I said, I'm not a Burnitz owner. I'm also not a Huff owner. The player likely to have a better fantasy season is JB. Without a doubt. Make sure you factor in positions into your decision too, while Burnitz is clearly the better UTIL guy, if you need 3b and 1b, Huff might be worth holding on to.