It took awhile but Fedora upgraded itself and booted in to the GUI without a hitch. Everything seems to be running even with both the LCD TV and monitor hooked up (past upgrades would forget which was the primary display). Then I noticed that there was no audio. My first thought was that somehow Fedora 12 didn’t configure the audio correctly (uh oh) which wouldn’t be the first time that a piece of hardware worked in a previous version but not the upgraded version. Fortunately, I thought to just double check the volume setting and noticed that the upgrade set the audio-out to MUTE for some reason. Unchecking that re-enabled the sound.