Wolfen69 wrote:Fedora exists for Red Hat. It never claimed to be a rock solid distro made for the average person. New things are introduced into Fedora, and after enough testing, might make it into Red Hat. If being a beta tester is not for you, consider using something else.
I think that sums it up well. If you want to run Fedora, be aware of what it's all about. I enjoy running it, but I wouldn't depend on it as my only or primary distro.
That being said, they do quite a good job, considering the type of distro Fedora is (testing, trying out new things). Sometimes a kernel update will come down the pipes that gives me trouble, so I just switch to using the previous kernel until the next one comes, which usually doesn't take very long. Like, the next week.
Other than that, my Fedora installations have been pretty good so far. To me, Fedora 18 GNOME looks fine, and the new Anaconda wasn't all that bad for being their first crack at it. I've still got Fedora 17 (KDE spin) running here, too.