I'm with you glenn4dde. We pay the same amount and in some years past spent double that to have the site customized. Back then most of the other sites were take it or leave it when it came to league options, but I see more vendors creeping in with lots of customization. Those sites have the advantage of building new v re-building a legacy system that I'm sure has volumes of code worked out over the years.
The saving grace for us at the moment is the generous work of Habman and TOS in developing all the added modules and coming up with a really nice one-click template. Logical, clean, and much more modern feel v standard MFL stuff. We went with the light version that lets you pick your own theme and put in our league colors as the default setting. Sprinkle in some custom graphics and the gang loves it. Just got a really nice comment today from one of our more exacting members. It would be a big deal for us to uncouple from MFL because of the graphics we add in for awards (lots of them), banners, helmets, franchise football cards, etc. That and all the weekly write ups we have going back 12 years, the integrated history, a league history narrative. Doing this all over would be a pain.
I do hope they invest in modernizing the platform front end so they don't lose any of the customer base - I'd prefer to keep it rolling. I see some of the "expert advice" sites I subscribe to that used to be MFL fans now mention or partner with newer competitors. In fact I heard a couple of podcast last week where guys talked about their rankings compared to ADP and they had disclaimers about not including MFL describing it as mostly "home leagues". Ironically, MFL had the reputation as being the hardcore league platform when we first signed up 12 years ago.
Anyhow, as was said, no one from the MFL will read this rant. My guess is our thoughts are not news to MFL. They can see what is going on around them and likely see some attrition as a result.