The update from Fedora 26 to Fedora 27 works without problems on my PC. At first, the download itself which is around 3 GB big has to be done. After a reboot it takes a while for install the new packages, where the PC is constantly running at 100% cpu usage. And after the process is completed a new background window is shown and the login works smoothly. Thanks to Redhat and the Fedora Community the operating system works extremely stable. Way better, than CentOS, Ubuntu or ArchLinux which i tried out in the past. Fedora 27 is a solid rock which is absolutely the right choice for a production system. And yes, it is the best operating system which is today available. The overall marketshare is a bit small, and the number of books who are describing the system is also a lot smaller than the propaganda for Ubuntu and Windows 10, but in my opinion Fedora is THE Linux system.
According to the Wikipedia article, the project was initialized 14 years ago. Linux itself is still older, and UNIX even more. From a technical point of view the system is mature and it can be recommend to everybody. No matter what somebody has used in the past. Migration from Windows, Apple, Ubuntu or FreeBSD are possible. A nice feature of Fedora is, that it can be used on a workstation and also as a server. It is possible to install it as a homeuser without paying any money to Redhat and also in professional environment which includes a long-running subscription fee is possible.
Sometimes, the new Fedora 27 feels like a Microsoft Operating System. It has the same quality, and is able to do the same things. I personally can’t say what the difference is, perhaps the guys from the German “Forth User Group” can answer this question better. But for me as an enduser the details are less important. The system is working fine, that’s enough.