Yep. Or better yet, I will just wait a few more days and update to Fed7, along with installing Fed7 on my home machine to have the same versions running at work and at home.
My much older dual CPU AMD machine with Red Hat 9 had a similar problem, but with the keyboard. I would have to do the unplug/replug occasionally. But since that keyboard was very old, I assumed it was the cause of the problem. But as I did a little bit of searching, I realized that these problems are not all that uncommon. I hope Fed7 will take care of it. Otherwise, perhaps I should consider an Enterprise version without all the jazzy things that Fedora bundles.
I have transfered from Unix to Linux platforms for about 7-8 years now, and while it is a great environment for coding, but I must admit that it is still not quite there for Joe Average type users, and the unavoidable hardware compatibility problems are often a huge pain to deal with.