In general, you are right. _I_ can definitely cope with this particular issue. But still, this is one small part of a bigger picture of where Fedora is heading to. Focusing on single-user desktops and even tablet interfaces like GNOME 3, and making the server or power-user desktop use-cases increasingly more difficult to deploy.
If using Fedora on servers was at least considered as a valid use case, they would never release F18 with Anaconda in its current state. Fedup would display something meaningful about the progress of the system upgrade, instead of its tiny meaningless progress bar. And they would probably not discuss such insane proposals as saving five seconds of GRUB prompt delay or a single display mode switch or hiding even more things in the boot process from the user because of purely aesthetic purposes, instead of thinking about more important things such as getting the display manager to actually handle the X server options to allow true multiseat, or the above mentioned Anaconda problem with custom RAID/LVM setups.
I am well aware that Anaconda developers are different people than the boot process polishers, but it sill shows something about the focus of the Fedora project. I wonder what problems Alan Cox had with Fedora that he annnounced he will use Ubuntu instead. As for me, I have been Red Hat Linux and then Fedora user since RH 3.0.3 on all my desktops, laptops, and most of my servers, but I have to say I am seriously considering to abandon Fedora as well.