1) I installed the new Mozilla as a user, I believe, and plopped it into a different directory than the old Moz. I know how to access the new Moz, I was just curious how to change it so that when I type 'mozilla' in the terminal, it refers to the new version instead of the old version.
2) I found the keyboard bindings for Gnome, but they only refer to the X environment, not programs within (I can create a hotkey to maximize windows, but not to open XMMS).
3) Well, I must use a login manager, because there is a login screen on startup. I'm using whatever Fedora/Gnome defaults to [X has always started automatically].
4) So I just edit hostname and hosts and I'm good to go? Excellent!
5) I'll play around with top. Thanks.
6) So Linux has a built in archiver that I should be using? Where can I find the MAN pages?
7) What should I use instead of Nautilus (I agree, it isn't the fastest)?
Thanks for your responses! I figure I'll run Fedora until I get tired of the hand-holding/have my feet on the ground, then I'll switch over to Slackware to really learn Linux.