Ok, I have no idea as to why, but I upgraded my system from 10.3 to 11.0 with the DVD and several things have been extremely screwy.

(I've already deleted my .gnome, .gnome2, .kde, and .kde4 directories)

Under Gnome:

1) The contents of the Main Menu were completely missing. I forced a reinstall of the gnome-main-menu package and that seemed to populate it correctly. (Was just 2 white boxes before.) Now, I did this outside of X, then started it. I consider that fixed, though I'm not sure why it didn't work the first time.

2) Alt-tab does not work. My Keyboard shortcuts under Control Panel only have like 3 options total in them, and it seems there should be more.

3) I don't have minimize and maxmize button on the windowpane. I do have the mini-icon on the left, but it's not right-justified for some reason. The window title is centered.

4) Did they do something to XFS that causes some slowness? I've applied all the patches, but the whole system seems kind of pokey. 10.3 was pretty quick. (Dual-core 2.8GHz w/ 1GB of RAM)

5) Gnome-terminal no longer has it's tab shortcuts (alt-1 -> tab1, alt-2 -> tab2, etc..)

That's it for the moment. I like the initial look of it, but I'd like to fix these problems if at all possible. THANKS!