I recently decided to give Gnome 3 another chance. I left Fedora when they switched from Gnome 2x to Gnome 3x. At that time, I decided to distro hop to see what else was out there. I decided to give Gnome 3 another chance and try to use it for most of my computing needs for 1 month. I installed Fedora 16 to a partition on my main computer, which also has partitions for Ubuntu 12.04 and Vista. Actually, it was FEL 16 (Fedora Electronics Lab), which is a spin of Fedora 16 that comes prepacked with a lot of electronics software built in. I particularly like KTechlab, which is very similar to Multisim, which I am very familiar with. Here are a couple of things that so far, I do not like about Fedora. 1. It is very annoying that every time I go to press the back button in my browser (Chrome) or the Activities button, I seem to always over shoot my target and end up pulling up all of the active windows. In case you do not know what I am talking about, if you move your mouse to the extreme upper left corner of your screen, the window you are currently using shrinks and all of the other active windows you have open are displayed as well. You then have to select the window you were on to bring it back up and try again. Even if only one window is open, you still have to select it. I can see this being useful to switch windows, but the location is annoying. I think this function was there in the Gnome 2 days, but I think I used to move it to the bottom left or right corner to make it harder to accidentally hit. I am going to leave in where it is this time to see how I feel about in the next few weeks. 2. The default Fedora repositories kind of suck. So far, most of the software that I have looked for are not in there, such as Virtualbox. 3. The default package manager does not display lists in alphabetical order. This makes it hard to search for something. I ended up installing Yum-Extender. There are other things, but these are the main two for now.