OK, here's what I'm thinking: All of us who posted, save one, are available at or before 9pm EST. Let's call that the start time. This year, I thought we'd move faster in some areas, and slower in others. Weeks one and two of recruiting are crucial, and the rest seem to be just filling in the gaps. Let's move through weeks 3, 4, and 5 quickly, push right through signing day to position changes, and then pause a bit and get it right. We post all position changes this year, no matter how small. I didn't do this last year, and I should have. I'll be keeping and accurate list this year. I think we all should. (A note on recruiting: If you take a walk-on, he counts against your numbers, so make sure to balance your teams. I don't want to enforce a penalty because the CPU made a walk-on FB/K/P your 76th guy. Plan and adjust positions accordingly.) We stop for a bit on training results, but not long - just enough to give everyone enough time to look them over. Then we move to cuts, and then it's the preseason. Here's how I envision it (all times eastern): 09:00 - Advance to week 3 of recruiting. 09:20 - to Week 4. (faster advance if we're mostly set) 09:40 - to Week 5. (Same as above) 10:00 - to Signing Day (ten minutes is as fast as I can advance, or I'd just skip it) 10:10 - to Position Changes (write 'em down, then post 'em) 10:40 - to Training Results 11:00 - to Cuts (Remember - you can cut to 68, no lower.) 11:20 - to Pre-Season There it is. Getting those first weeks out of the way really makes it look much easier. This doesn't look bad at all. If we get week 3 done earlier than 9, we can even shorten this schedule a bit more, but there's no rush. We should be just fine on time. If we do hold up, I'd like to do it at cuts, so Iowa gets a chance to make his own decisions. The CPU can really make some bone-headed decisions about who to keep.