I've been teetering around with Linux distros, and so far my personal favorite is Ubuntu, the one I was told to go with in the first place some months ago. Regardless, there are a few pay-per-distros that are now free; Suse and Fedora. Does anyone have opinions on any of those? Personally, I like the looks of Fedora alot; and it seems to keep simplicity. Suse looks pretty nice, too, but 5 CDs and jam-packed with software seems like overkill. Does anyone have some insight or comparison between these three, or at least two of them? All of them are offered in KDE or Gnome (I'm a Gnome man), and all of them are big names, and now, all of them are free.