The first release of the "Wtd Avg Projections Spreadsheet" is out. LINK
1. As in years past, there is a TE-REQD version, and a NO-TE-REQD version. Select the appropriate directory at the link, based on your league.
2. As in years past, there are 2 excel saved-versions of each spreadsheet. One is saved in the 1997-2003 version, and the other is saved in 2010 version of Excel. Unlike past years, this version was created in Excel 2010 and then a "Save As" was performed to get the 1997-2003 version. Unlike past years, there is no Excel 5.0 or Excel 95 version. I had a hard time getting Excel 2010 to save it in that version and maintain the minimum set of functionality to make it worth your while.
3. Please give thanks / props / slaps on the back / slaps upside the head to ts, who is responsible for making this year's spreadsheet possible. I am swamped with other duties / responsibilities / career / hobby / picking my nose, that this spreadsheet has now become an afterthought. ts volunteered to transition this spreadsheet ownership from me to him so that it may continue to live. We are currently in that transition period, where we're both working on different pieces. But, ts has done the majority of the work this year.
4. As in years past, there is no IDP functionality. Sorry.
5. For those who have used this in the past, get after it. For those who have no idea what this is, get after it. Just download it. Put your league's scoring rules in the "Scoring" tab, hit <F9> to recalculate the projected fantasy points for each player, and look at the results on the Rank tabs. Feel free to "weight" the different websites (fftoday, kffl, etc) as you see fit on the POS tabs (QB, RB, WR, etc), hit <F9> to recalculate, and see the results on the Rank tabs. There is a resulting 1-Page cheatsheet, which is sorted in the same manner as your Rank tabs. And there is a Draft tab, in which you can keep track of your draft, team-by-team. When a player is entered on the Draft tab, that player is automatically highlighted on the 1-Page cheatsheet (and Depth Chart) tab, to mark that player "off your list".
6. There are other tips-n-tricks. I'll let ts fill in the many holes I left here. I'll try to chime in the best I can when time allows.