I used TQS last year, and it was okay, but for $99, I'd rather use CBS. They have basically the same format as TQS, with more insight, analysis and userfriendlyness.
Yahoo? is fine for almost everybody if you can get beyond the way they release new prospects into the player pool. My only gripe with that is that the smart player will either draft good solid prospects like Bruce and Kershaw, whereas the not so smart guys will read about the next hot guy to pickup from Berry or something, and pick him up with a high waiver wire ranking. The way Yahoo? does this seriously dumbs down the league and penalizes guys who actually pay attention.
14 team h2h league. C,1B,2B,SS,3B,MI,CI,U,5SP,2RP... It's standard 5x5, but we use quality starts instead of wins.
C Lucroy, Jonathan; 1B Fielder, Prince; 2B Kendrick, Howard; 3B Alvarez, Pete; SS Aybar, Erick; MI Gordon, Dee; CI Pujols, Albert; OF Presley, Alex; OF Francoeur, Jeff; OF Viciedo, Dayan; OF Upton, Justin; U Hosmer, Eric
BENCH: ...OF Jennings, Desmond; 1B Rizzo, Anthony; Injured: Craig, Allen
PITCHERS: SP Beachy, Brandon; SP Bumgarner, Madison; Parker, Jarrod; SP Rodriguez, Wandy; SP Worley, Vance; RP Jansen, Kenley; RP Casilla, Santiago...
BENCH: Downs, Scott