> I'd rather see Fedora to focus on restoring Anaconda into usable state (i.e. supporting more than one DE install, and support for custom disk layout including MD RAID and LVM on top of each other, etc.). There are _way_ bigger problems to solve in Fedora than how many graphics mode changes occur during the system boot.
I installed F18 from scratch in a VM recently and the new Anaconda wasn't really compelling (all my other Fedora machines are either yum upgrade'd or Rawhide). I couldn't convince the partitioning step to set the default layout then let me edit it. Even when I did do it manually, I didn't see any way to order partitions on the disk (/boot should certainly be first), it just listed them. Other than that, buttons weren't in consistent places. Sometimes there was a "Done" where I would expect "Back" and others "Done" was at the bottom (at least I think so).