Dunno. Never used it. My one attempt at trying Deadrat ended in failure.
BUT, having just started reading the latest edition of LXF
, they have an article that is doing comparisons of the "top 15 distro's".
I'm now using gentoo. That only made number 6, but the first 3 where 1st - Mandrake, 2nd - Fedora Core 3 and 3rd - SuSE.
Their comments about fedora basically said that if you're gonna go for it, then the "Core 3" is the one to go for.
Besides, if you've been reading plenty of stuff, you'll already have a seperate /home partition. So that if you wanna change distro's you just install whatever you want to try in the /root partition and then it's just a case of making sure that you have all the same application packages installed and any personalisations that you want to have.
Maybe that helps a little???