After you get linux installed on your computer if you can put his on the same network you can do an NFS install. Just mount the iso (mount -o loop [iso path] [mount path]) and copy the files to another folder that is shared using NFS. There is a setup utility in fedora under System Settings>Server Settings>NFS.
Once you have the NFS server set up all you have to do is boot the computer using a boot disk acquired here: http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pu...386/os/images/
Point the computer to the Ip and shared folder on your server and let it go.
It should transfer faster than CD and you can just walk away instead of swapping them out :-p
Its definitely my preffered method of install.
Good luck if you choose this method