So after quickly deciding to reinstall with the vanilla KDE spin, a good six hours poking and prodding, I concur that this is a basic Plasma experience and I do like the effort Fedora KDE team is making to make Plasma on Wayland available. I tried my first Plasma Wayland experience and it seems ok. I just played around in the Wayland session and didn’t do any real gritty interactions.
Obviously I can’t give you a definitive experience in six hours, but this seems about as stable as any major distribution these days with a robust package manager and plenty of user base for support issues. Plasma 5.12+ has been pretty solid plasma releases and I really haven’t had a major Plasma issue on any distribution in a while. I wish these distributions worked with Flathub (shoutout to Pop_OS!) to provide a central source of in demand Flatpaks and help with quality control but that isn’t a Fedora problem.
Fedora seems to be a little more aggressive than Ubuntu with package updates but I have not looked in to if that is actually the case or just my mind making things up.
For me this actually cements my belief that Linux distributions in general are pretty much stable and the Wild West days of yore are mostly gone.
Addendum: I really wish they would default the KDE releases to use LibreOffice, Krita, Inkscape by default. No offense to the Calligra and KolourPaint developers but come on.