Diaz prefaced his designs by stating his intentions, which were mostly to redesign elements to make the characters appealing to new and old fans. In doing so, his Justice League is extremely diverse in terms of gender, ethnicity, worldview, backstory, and abilities. I'm going to continue that idea by ensuring each Justice League member has a definite M&M niche (no swiss army knife characters)... and I'm also going to try to make the Justice League with 210 pp each. I'll add my own little spin on things, modifying backstory I don't like, etc.
Of course, we have to start off with the Justice League's most powerful member, Superman.
Strength 16, Stamina 13, Agility 2, Dexterity 2, Fighting 6, Intellect 2, Awareness 2, Presence 4
Clark Kent: Feature 1 (Shape-change into Clark Kent) • 1ppADVANTAGES (10pp):
Flight: Flight 11 (4000MPH) • 22pp
Invulnerability: Protection 3, Impervious Toughness 16; Immunity 10 (Life Support) • 29pp
Super-Senses: Senses 11 (Acute and Extended Hearing, Extended Vision 2, Infravision, Microscopic Vision, Ultra-Hearing, Vision Penetrates Concealment [except lead]) • 11pp
Extraordinary Effort, Equipment 3 (Fortress of Solitude), Inspire, Interpose, Languages (Kryptonian), Leadership, Power Attack, Ultimate Effort (Toughness)
SKILLS (20pp, 40 ranks):
Close Combat: Unarmed 4 (+10), Expertise: Agriculture 4 (+6), Expertise: Krypton 4 (+6), Expertise: Journalism 4 (+6), Insight 8 (+10), Perception 8 (+10), Persuasion 8 (+4)
Unarmed +10 (Close Damage 16, Toughness DC 31)
Dodge 10, Parry 10
Toughness 16, Fortitude 13, Will 13
Colu and the Omega Law: Kryptonians are marked for extermination; using Extraordinary Effort may draw Colu's attention
Relationships: Louis Lane, Jimmy Olsen, other Daily Planet co-workers; mother, Martha Kent
Responsibility: Promote social justice
Secret Identity: Clark Kent
Abilities 94 + Powers 63 + Advantages 10 + Skills 20 + Defenses 23 = 210pp
I decided to cap the Justice League's PL at 13, since I find the DCA builds a little too high for my tastes. Of course, Superman is right there at PL13.
Diaz's Superman is a return to his Nietzschean "overmensch" roots (general social justice and fighting for the working man, as opposed to authoritarian morality), so to mirror that I returned Superman to a very barebones flying brick, bereft of most of his random other powers (heat vision, super breath, etc.). I also removed his speedster abilities (Speed, Quickness): he's only fast when he flies (with Extraordinary Effort he's faster than the fastest man-made vehicle, the Space Shuttle), leaving the Flash all the speedster goodies. He doesn't get Power Lifting either, cuz at Strength 16 he can already juggle the heaviest airplane known to man (Antonov An-124) without batting an eyelash. This Superman's M&M role is what Superman is best at: inspiring others with his stalwart refusal to go down.
The big difference with this Superman's backstory is that Kryptonians are no longer humanoid: they are super advanced, near omnipotent space aliens who in their arrogance and meddling drew the attention of the cosmic Colu, enforcer of the Omega Law (advanced species can't uplift less advanced species). No more powers coming from a yellow sun: Kryptonians are GODS.
When Superman turns into Clark Kent, he is LITERALLY turning into Clark Kent: he has limited shapechanging abilities, and Clark Kent and Superman look nothing alike. He can also decide to shed his humanoid forms and revert to being a Kryptonian, becoming as powerful as your standard Silver Age Superman, but doing so will draw the attention of Colu and is best left as a plot device. This Superman willfully ignores much of his power out of fear of basically destroying the Earth (via Colu). Superman is extremely reliant on using Extra Effort and Extraordinary Effort, tapping into his consciously blocked Kryptonian powers, but risks drawing Colu's attention while doing so.
I'm going to take Diaz's take on Kryptonite (Colu converted Krypton into it) one step further: I've always decided that bits of a planet becoming a superhero's personal bane was silly, as is the entire "yellow sunlight, red sunlight, kryptonite radiation" thingy. Instead, Colu is to Kryptonite as an exterminator is to Raid: to make sure every last trace of a targeted "meddlesome" species is destroyed, it creates a substance that kills that species and spreads it throughout the universe.