The Fedora 11 Feature List seems to cover alot of the Ubuntu 9.04 ground. Everyone seems to be on the 20 second boot wagon.
The only thing I’m presuming will be a problem is that you don’t get a one click MP3 support install as for Ubuntu.
So Fedora 11 still requires you to know how to go to the back end of the internet and find the correct plugin.
However I will give it a try, knowing that Ubuntu takes a lot of idea’s (system-config-printer) from Fedora means that it’s worth having a look at how it does things better/different.
I have always liked the Fedora / Redhat system-config-* utilities and the chkconfig and service utilities provide a one stop place to configure things.