As for the software available, that's called choice. I know
it's a relative unknown in the GNOME world, as one option is shoved down
everyones' throat, but it's a key part of the KDE ideology, as well as GNU/
John, it's obvious from your posts in this list that you're not a fan of GNOME. I'd kindly ask you to please refrain from attacking GNOME, especially when the discussion at hand isn't about GNOME itself. It's not in keeping with the "be excellent to each other" spirit that Fedora likes to keep in its mailing lists.