The problem with a 100 million limit is that it gives some teams too large an advantage, I think. I just put a Pirates team together with their best players at every position, and couldn't spend that much without having a bunch of regulars on the bench. You can easily spend that much on teams like the yankees and cardinals, but the values in career leagues are much lower than they are in the single seasons. I think this is as it should be. Let me suggest a 90 million limit; that's what it cost to put together a pretty good pirates team. The pitching was a little over 40 million with 5 deadball era starters with low whips and hr/ip.