The results of the vote are in, 9 to 2 to leave as is. In two year's time, 33% of your roster will be different. Maybe more, depending on cuts. I know I said I'd have it open for 48 hours, but since it's already overwhelming to leave as is, I think that's where we stand. The teams that have Jordan, Yao and Durant or Wilt and Ben Wallace stand a much better chance of losing some of those pieces to random free agency. In the baseball league, which has twice the roster size but twice the free agents, Addie Joss, one of the greatest pitchers of all time, and THE greatest sim pitcher of all time, has changed hands 10 times. In 21 seasons. It's random. Some times your team will suck, other times it will be a world beater. We have had 13 different guys at least win World Series. One guy had an amazing run for a couple seasons, but has fallen off as late, but compared to the other progs I've been in, that's outstanding. I was in a double season progressive where the 8 playoff teams were the same 8 teams 8/10 years and 7 of them made it in the two others. Outside of that, two other teams were all that made the playoffs. Me, once, and some other guy who snuck in winning a play in game. In the MLB URAPP, I believe every owner who's played an appreciable amount of time has made the post season. Building a sustained dynasty is deliberately supposed to be hard. If you somehow end up with the dream team of Wilt, Lebron and Jordan, chances are it won't last but one season. The rosters will balance out.