When trying to test Fedora 16 Alpha with a kickstart script, the installation was stopped with the warning: "Warning! This is pre-release software!" Although this is a helpful message in an interactive install, it is frustrating in a kickstart install. As a result, I will only be able to test Fedora 16 in a VM--I won't be able to test it on a headless system.
In my opinion, the pre-release warning should only appear in an interactive install.
Actually, it looks like the actual problem is that Anaconda thinks that this is an interactive install when it shouldn't be--I'll close this bug until I track down the other problem. Sorry for the noise.