Consider me a soft commit. I like fantasy sports, but I sometimes lose interest in fantasy baseball over a season. I played on DK a lot last year though which kept my attention up with my season long team. I guess that's a lot of words to say maybe.
I'm the same way. It's such a long season and a day-to-day commitment. But the thing I like about that scoring is since it's all based on points instead of categories, it seems to make it more enjoyable watching the back and forth on a daily basis. The hockey league I mentioned has flown by. I feel much more engaged because the scoring is in a format I like more than just basic category scoring. Just a thought. If no one wants to do it, no worries.
I've been running our fantasy hockey league since 2001. We've gone through a few of different sites (sandbox, yahoo, espn) and a number of different scoring configurations. The one we have now is by far the best I think. I don't see us switching from this for a while. We've had it for a three or four years now. I like it a lot. Especially the free agent pickups...you silently bid and the highest bidder gets him the next morning.
And yeah it's not about winning categories it's head to head but it's point based. We also have a set number of starts per week for forwards, defense and goaltending and a set number of pickups during each head to head matchup to prevent guys from picking up a dozen guys in a week to pile on points.
The only thing I don't like about it is that we can't set the number of starts per week on individual forward positions...it's just set to forwards as a whole, and we have 2C, 2RW & 2LW slots for starters. If we could tweak that, it would be perfect. But that hasn't been a huge deal at all so far.