Guys, the reason RedHat's linux *distribution* is dead:
1) It's not cool (and has not been for the last 10 years).
2) It's not free.
Most small-mediums sized company's operating system choice goes like this:
CEO: So Ben, What operating system should we use?
CTO: Well Bill, I think we should use <insert personal preference here> because of <x,y,z>.
Personal preference tends to involve quite a lot of the cool factor and a large amount of the "I'm a stingy bastard and don't want to pay for stuff I can get for free".
RedHat's only selling points relate to large sized deployments and remote management, these will never be cool, just like groupware will never be cool.