First of all: Fedora + Cinnamon = cheating
that means it is really a good conservative choice for a not conservative distro.
Cinnamon is a solid desktop developed in "human" pace with stability in mind.
And very good OOB everywhere. Manjaro Cinnamon is "cute". Even on Debian "vanilla" Cinnamon is definitely serviceable.
I did try Fedora 38 for 2 weeks. Gnome because I'm not cheating.
And Fedora 38 + Gnome 44
was not solid-rock. Several crashes and more messages about crashes happening "behind the scenes".
Of course it was all up to Gnome. Gnome had a quick point release for 44 series with a lengthy catalogue of bugs and memory leaks addressed.
But sorry my Fedora friends I will not be there when you receive it.