Grin :). I can understand that enterprisy distributions are great administration-wise, especially on a server. But I hate to have it forced on workstations (or clusters for that matter), since it's always a pain to deal with the old version of libstdc++ (I want my TR1-style hashmaps), boost (there I lost my hope of using the boost implementation) or gcc (where has -Wextra gone?). You usually end up with a partial copy of Boost (thank bcp!), and a lot of hacks around the staleness. This all makes Debian Stable feel refreshing (unless someone happens to be running Debian 3.1).
I used to like enterprise distributions, maybe because it was nice in theory. But since I have mostly been on the development/research side of the fold, I can only hope they die sooner than later ;).
Fortunately, my employer is mostly on Debian 5/Ubuntu 9.10 these days.