One of the "big features" of FC6 is the full integration of yum into anaconda. I would assume that would mean I could boot to my install CD, maybe type in the URL of some yum repos and then during install, anaconda would use yum to check for updates, so that the very first version installed would be the latest. In the past, I've rolled my own installation mirror with the latest RPMs, and if I can skip that work for FC6, I'd be a happy guy!
I've done one FC6 upgrade, and I didn't see anything about yum repos. I've poked around the Fedora docs, google and these forums (fori?) and I haven't seen anyone talking about any new yum features in FC6. I saw that there are new yum-ish kickstart options...
So! My questions are:
(1) Is there a magic way to install FC6 with the latest versions of the RPMS?
(2) What nifty features did we gain by integrating yum into anaconda, and how do I use them?