Pros of SUSE vis-a-vis Fedora:
- Can detect my external harmon/kardon speakers
- Seems to be faster
- Can run Firefox without the Fedora bug
And the opposite:
- Installation is long and wieldy; took me four mirrors to find the right one (Total installation time with downloading: 11 hours; Fedora: 6 hours)
- Abject GNOME integration compared to Fedora
- Control Panel is hidden or not there at all (Edit: found it)
- Desktop folder is placed in an awful space (~/.gnome-desktop, I think)
- This has forced me to try KDE (again). Once again, it had one glaring fault: font-sizes. If font-sizes are perfect in applications, they'll stink in menus and toolips. And vice versa.
Solution? Windows, baby. And Fedora Core 2 in my spare time.