Fedora 14 rated 4/5 in the following review...
Red Hat Fedora 14 Review
By Dave Bailey
Fedora 14 <http://fedoraproject.org/get-fedora>
– codenamed Laughlin –
is the latest version of the open source operating system from Red Hat
and was launched in late October.
Fedora will be tempting for desktop and laptop users. The 686MB download
is a Live-CD, which means that you can run the operating system from a
CD in the disk drive, without it needing to be physically installed.
For mobile road warriors, or firms with users unfazed by using Linux
OSes, Fedora 14 is a good option, especially if it is dual-booted with
Windows, because Fedora is free.
Wired and Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, NTFS support SD cards, USB
flash drives, and onboard cameras all worked seamlessly, demonstrating
good usability for both laptops and desktops.