Redhat 9 has been a good product especially with the auto-update feature. I'm sure the Enterprise version will be very solid. However, it is no longer free. I'm not trusting that Fedora will have the same level of support (I have no information one way or the other). Also I'm a little miffed with RedHat. For the last week the RHN network tells me the demo server
is to busy to allow updates.
The truth is I really don't have a legitimate complaint as I haven't bought the product. I'm also looking for another Linux distribution thats solid and will be supported. I'm thinking about having a look at FreeBSD, I think Mac's OS X is based on that kernel. Mandrake, SUSE, and Slackware all work and seem to have a following, I choose RedHat because of they have been around for quite awhile and have a nice update system. Fedora may well be a good choice.