Sort of agree too. Not completely sold on rolling, but if they can get fedup working that'll fix my use case as I'm tied of 'install-use-blow away & reinstall' cycle. No real reason for this much anymore.
If the, far too short, 6 month major release could be thrown in the bin and replace with, say, a major once a year, via fedup if you want, and minor release during the year cycle to rebase the build tree, that'll be a step forward.
Re anaconda, I don't fully understand why Red Hat are so worked up about this. I look after lots of rhel servers at work and use kickstart for these. Can't remember the last time I used anaconda to install rhel.