Xorg has gained a /etc/xorg.conf.d directory where configuration snippets can be dropped. One of the first users of this is the input stuff. With the deprecation of HAL and the move to udev, a replacement for the fdi files is needed.
Tap to click on touchpads.
While you can enable tap to click on touchpads on a per user basis. You may also want this set at the gdm login screen.
Dropping the following into a .conf file in /etc/xorg/conf.d will do that.
Section "InputClass" Identifier "tap-by-default" MatchIsTouchpad "on" Option "TapButton1" "1" EndSection
F13 has a new cursor theme. To revert to the previous one
# yum install bluecurve-cursor-themei
and change the theme in the pointer tab in the Fedora theme (System -> Preferences -> Apperance)