Isn't Fedora supposed to be a unstable testing ground?
If you don't like unstable, then don't use Fedora Rawhide.
If its still too unstable, use Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
nah you missed some steps.
If you are very adventurous and you are also not afraid of ruining your OS every few days with a software update, use Fedora Rawhide.
If you are less adventurous, use the current Fedora alpha or beta release (sometimes like currently this option is not available though).
if you are even less adventerous, use the current stable Fedora release.
If stability is very important, use RHEL-based distros or Debian.
Fedora is stable "testing ground" and daily usable. The instability issues are grossly exaggerated.
This needs to be repeated more often! I'm a casual Linux user (it's my only system though), I switched from Ubuntu and I actually have less problems with Fedora compared to Ubuntu. On top of that I get quite fresh kernel without any fiddling.