I'll try to convince ya.
1. I may have to find new owners due to guys flaking out. But the difference, and I think it's significant... is that I won't have to find a guy having to take over such a terrible team. ...and they wouldn't have to endure a long come back. Since there is only 3 keepers and those guys have to have played no more than 5 years in the majors, the path to success won't be so challenging or penalizing.
2. The keeper fun factor is still alive. The fun part about the keepers in this league was being able to develop minor leaguers. That's still here.
I think the changes will make this an improved league. Which changes did you not like? It just seems like EVERY league here is a big roster keeper league. This one is not, and this one opens up a new chance every year without going into it with big favorites. My team was stacked, and even I'm willing to redo this. I just want what's best for the fun of the league.