any from the page hit list on
but keep in mind that fedora is a VERY very fast research and development distro
and as a testing distro ( testing just how far things can be pushed before breaking)
not great for the new user but one that if you want to LEARN by fixing things when they do not work .
Ubuntu is nice
openSUSE , but you better have a VERY high end computer ( i5 cpu and 8 gig ram)
suse troughs in EVERYTHING ,including the kitchen sink -- then for good measure your neighbors kitchen sink too.
it is a bit bloated .
Debain - very stable great for a server and lab and office
PCLinuxOS - a lot of people really like this one , i have never used it