Well, no one asked, but I'll give a brief review anyway.
Nuked my RH 9 partition (so I could grow it) and installed Fedora from scratch. Very nice, no changes from my other RH experiences - nothing hung, everything detected, etc.
I enjoy having ACPI as well as the 2.4.22 kernel running concurrently. Fast! Very Fast! Running over to freshmeat, installing apt/synaptic - I love it.
The multimedia problems reported as OSNews are weird, as I'm getting a noticable improvement in places (little things...like the opening movie on Enemy Territory).
The new graphical booter IS kinda' cool. I didn't like how, on 9.1B, the booter would simply take away your ability to watch the startup process (give me practical over eye candy, well, most of the time). The new flavor simply gives you the [OK] process inside a window. Looks nice.
ONE problem: I hung, completely, in the middle of an scp transfer. I powercycled and expected to reboot properly. Well, everything continues, but when the machine detects a bad shutdown, it bails OUT of the graphical boot process and then hangs. Ultimately, I booted into single user, shutdown, and then rebooted.
I also know three people with PCMCIA/wireless problems. I use a Gold Orinoco card which worked flawlessly in RH6 -> 9 (unlike, say, Windows...). When I was loading, I had some problems, but eventually got my config right...but, now, after working fine for a couple of days, the pcmcia has stopped working and has even gone to the point of hanging on bootup. If I skip it with interactive mode, it'll then work. No biggie, but things like that bother me.
More later, off on vacation!