I like what I've seen so far in this release. But, the simplified partitioning in the new Anaconda isn't anywhere near being ready for real people. As of version 18.22, it still won't let you put specific partitions of specific size on specific drives. And, it won't let you do anything with partitions you created earlier. The partitioning bit in Anaconda looks like nothing I have ever seen in any other Linux distro, and the screen is essentially bereft of guidance offering an explanation of what's going on.
If you have more than one drive, and resort to automatic partitioning, it may or may not ignore one of those drives. It doesn't even use standard nomenclature like /dev/sda and /dev/sdb to identify drives, so you have no idea what's really going on.
If the release version of F18 doesn't allow me to create my own partitioning scheme, it will have been a waste of developer time.