As an example, though Yarrow is stable, it's far from rock solid and when a program does crash I usually have to reach for my reset switch. There are also other frustrating bugs and niggles that I have to put up with. I'm sure these issues would be fixed in time, but since everyone's gearing up for the release of Core 2 (myself included) who's likely to care?
Since I use Fedora as my primary system what's most important to me is stability, reliability and dependability. This inevitably means sticking with one system for a while as it becomes more and more refined.
Can we expect the refinement of a Fedora release to continue after it's been replaced with the next major upgrade, or will Fedora forever be rough around the edges?