Okay, I got it working. It's different than Ubuntu, which is what I'm use to. But I like it this way. You need to get the fusion-icon. There is no RPM and it's not in the repos. So, attached is the icon. That's the easy way to get it. I have found many people use an application called git.
yum install git-core
Once you have the fusion-icon
make && make install
I found out that I did not have the development package for python installed. If you receive an error from the make install that a directory can't be found in the python directory, install the devel package.
yum install python-devel python-setuptools-devel
Once that's done, go to System > Personal > Session. Hit +Add. In the name and command spot type the following
Restart X but logging out and logging in and there will be this blue box icon on the top panel. Right click on it, that's the fusion-icon. This is how you can quickly manage which manager to use for the gui. Change Window decorator from GTK to Emerald.
I frequently had Emerald crap out on me, or something, so I'd have to run gldesktop in ubuntu or something like that. This is a nice back up on controlling all of this.
COOL huh?! Golly, this is my first time helping some one else out with Linux! WOo hoo! Go me!