As I mentioned on another thread, I just got Gnome3 working on three systems by loading Gnome-Shell (F16). I haven't spent enough time yet to 'navigate' around. But I have concluded that I have to back it off in order to operate properly.
I access those three systems from my portable using VNC/RDP as they are located in another part of the house. When on Gnome3, the VNC path seems to be over congested and every action seems to take more than ten times as long to get a response. Without Gnome3, reaction time is almost immediate. This is all going over a bridged lan running 100mb.
Anyone else experience this behaviour?