I just thought I would post a Fedora 7 success story. I'm not a pro with Fedora...I've used FC6 and just downloaded and burned a Fedora 7 DVD. I'm far more familiar with SUSE, really.
Anyway, I did a clean install with Fedora 7 and everything seemed to install and work flawlessly. I added Livna to YUM and installed the Nvidia driver, which also worked just as needed, and my 19 inch LCD wide screen monitor. I used Stanton Finley's FC5 "How To" to install Java and got the Adobe Flash rpm from the Adobe site. Also, worked just great. Multimedia seems to all be working, as usual, with Amarok and the KMPlayer I also downloaded and installed to go with MPlayer. Videos play great from CNN News, which I like having. My HP multi-function printer is working fine, along with the scanner applications. In other words, I've not found anything not functioning properly. Most of Stanton Finley's guide for FC5 worked fine with Fedora 7, as well. Only thing I've been unable to locate from there are the multimedia codecs I had previously.
So far, I've only been able to add Livna to YUM, so I'm not sure if any other repositories are yet available and am watching for those..such as SourceForge.
I just wanted to say that at least with my hardware configuration, everything just works with Fedora 7.