I agree with Yenya entirely. RedHat seems to have lost its way, slanting its focus entirely towards pleasing Wall Street. This seems to mean spending as little on Fedora to maximise the RHEL investment.
My biggest complaint with Fedora has been RedHats pervasive tendency to introduce some new replacement functionality at the same time that they removed the predecessor appliance. Also irritating is RPM/YUM which has fallen way behind the competitors apt/dpkg, and YAST. I now find my primary community of Linux servers having SLES, and openSUSE installed as the most polished, most stable, yet complete distros available. I also have many clients using Ubuntu, Mint, and Debian. And I support three clusters running Debian. A few of our desktop clients still use Fedora, RHEL or CentOS, but they are slowly moving away. FWIW, I too began my Linux adventure with RedHat 3.0.3 in 1996, starting with the 2 CD set from WGS. That continued thru 4.x, 5.x, 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, FC1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13. I ran a few servers from time to time using FC but no longer do so, due to its lifecycle.