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Then use CentOS, Ubuntu, Suse or any other stable/user-centric distro. This is OSS we're talking about here, so nobody forces you to use Fedora - it just provides the possibility to get in touch with bleeding edge technologies and also learn a lot about development process and future of FLOSS if you follow the mailing lists that are publicly accessible.
I was referring to Fedora loosing appeal. Red Hat Linux and first Fedoras were quite stable, at least in my experience. Not so much with the latter ones.
I've found each to be rather stable...
Also - especially - Fedora 7 is making many usability enhancements to appease many common complaints.
Fedora really drives most interesting technology, and the developers are competent, so generally (at least by release) the systems are very solid.