Thinking more about this draft, we're going to see some really interesting situations unfolding. It's really easy to draft the "best" players early and then fill the roster with cheap 200K-300K players at the end (like in a typical draft). But doing it in reverse is going to be a real challenge. I may have my last three expensive players all set to draft, but if one gets picked in front of me, there isn't always a suitable replacement at the same salary level. I can also see people drafting lesser salaried versions of great players (i.e., their second best seasons) a few rounds earlier, just to screw somebody who was hoping to draft their best season at the end.
This is going to be really fun.