One of the problems I had with Fedora 7 was that it couldn’t automatically detect my external USB drive on start. I had to either manually run ‘modprobe usb-storage’ (or turn the drive off-and-on) and then manually mount the drive after it finish booting. This weekend I grabbed the latest kernel package and the bug has been fixed! I can now put the mount entry back into /etc/fstab and have my drive loaded and mounted automatically.
It took a little bit longer then I expected for Fedora to fix this bug, but now that it’s ready I’m happy. :-)