I have done statistical cheatsheets in the past, but I didn't really like the results, so I am going to go with a new method this year....
I plan to get as many studs as possible in the early rounds and then focus on players that I think will do well in the later rounds. I know it sounds obvious, but I think that with the help of the Cafe, I will be able to form an opinion on almost every relevant player, and will just try to make sure I get guys that I feel good about, even if it means reaching in some places.
I felt that the huge computer cheatsheets would lead me to take players I didn't really like all that much just because the sheet said they were "good value", at the same time passing on players that I do like because they were a reach according to the cheatsheet.
As far as actual positions, this is the way I see it going...
If early draft position: RB, WR, RB, RB, WR, QB, WR, QB
If middle or late: Try to get 3 RBs and 2 WRs in the first 5 rounds, focusing on players that (A) have a good chance of being in the top 5-10 in their position, and (B) I don't expect to have another shot at later
I know this is a very vague and wordy way to describe a strategy, but I am starting to realize that the best laid plans fly out the window once that first pick is made, and the ability to adjust your strategy accordingly will only make you that much better.