I agree with Dressel - most people's rosters look really good. They're loaded and it's mostly injuries and how guys perform this year (I know - duh). Arenas for example is a total stud if he plays all year, but I can say the same about Camby to a certain degree. The odds of either playing a full year is pretty interesting but also unlikely.
I really like my team, but there's a huge ton of risk with much of my squad. I need Nash and Camby to remain mostly healthy - I grabbed Barbosa essentially as a handcuff for Nash; there were other guys I wanted more at that point. I need Marion to have a comeback kind of year though my expectations are not for a return to his former lofty status, rather just be an excellent fill for utility. That may or may not happen. I need Okafor to really benefit from playing with CP3 and not impact West too much on the boards - if that happens then Camby just sits on the bench unless he's playing well. My biggest concern is Brand, though at least this year I drafted him where he should have gone. If he returns to 20/10 and a pair of blocks then I'm really happy. He's two years removed from his achilles injury, which is largely why I didn't draft Jefferson.
I'm really only happy with Durant, Joe Johnson (I do feel I stretched to take him) and David West. The rest have doubts, but I can look at anyone else's roster and feel the same way. Scott's roster seems to small to me - he'll put up tons of points, threes and get assists and steals, but I think he's going to lack in blocks and rebounds to a great degree. Just initial impressions and I could easily be wrong.
It's part of why I really prefer larger leagues, because then management seems to play more of a role. Small (as in 8 team or less) leagues always seem to have loaded teams and a very full waiver wire. I honestly feel a little empty from winning baseball. Sure, Rob got hosed with injuries, but everyone had some to a lesser extent so it was really how your draft worked out and a few key free agent pickups. But I could easily drop a pretty good player and find another pretty good player without really suffering. Remember Scott's comment and joy after I dropped Ibanez (for the second time)? How much did that really hurt me? 10-12 team leagues are the most enjoyable to me, even when I don't win.