Actually it turned out not to really be an upgrade. I at first did choose to let Fedora 11 upgrade the Fedora 10 installation but when finished Wifi wouldn’t work. I unsuccessfully tried a few things to fix it and then decided to save personal data and do a clean install of Fedora 11.
This clean install went very well and almost all the Aspire One hardware is working without requiring any of the tweaks I did with Fedora 10. The only thing that doesn’t seem to be working yet is the Wifi Led indicator lights–not that important.
On the plus side Fedora 11 boots a little faster and seems more responsive.
All-in-all I still find Fedora’s a good choice as a Netbook OS.