I think it would be good to have a list of suggested parameters for categories. As long as anyone's category meets the reqs, it would not need to be voted on, but if it is questionable whether it meets the reqs, we could vote on those. Commish approves the cats that do not need voting.
As an example, a limit of 20 or 25 players can be exceeded, but if you do so, your category will become subject to a vote for accepatnce. Another recommendation could be that there is a variety of talent from top to bottom. If there are 16 hitters who all are great players, anyone can bid $1 and know they will get a great player. Conversely, if all players stink, then why bid a lot? I bid $1 in the starts wth Q cat and won the 10th pick. Limiting each owner to one $1 bid etc. helps prevent ties, but with a cat with all bad players, there still will be a 5 way tie at $1. If the commish decides there is not enough variation between top and bottom, he can put it up for vote.
It is also good to have a lot of cats with multiple positions represented. That really adds to the bidding strategy. Some cats devoted to one position is ok, but too many will take some of the excitement away. BTW, this draft is defecient in 2Bs and overloaded with OF. Even one or two 2Bs or SS in a cat full of OFs and 1Bs adds a lot to strategy. If the commish notices this, he can put a staright OF cat up for vote so it can change to include IFs.
Just some thoughts off the cuff, after my second cup of coffee.