I've always had luck with the Wacom graphire series. They're quite affordable, while I bought mine quite some time ago I believe it was $120. For years now they just work out-of-the-box, and if you want pressure-sensitivity, it's just a little more configuration (you need to add Xorg.conf back to F10 which actually causes some painful issues (kernel panic on shutdown, fun things like that) ) but it's liveable. I heard that a fix for this went into F11.
----- Original Message ----
> From: Paul Frields <stickster gmail com
> To: Fedora Art List <fedora-art-list redhat com
> Sent: Friday, April 24, 2009 9:07:11 AM
> Subject: Different Wacom question
> A previous thread reminded me to bring this up.
> I want to buy a drawing tablet, preferably something very well
> supported in Fedora and using USB. I'm assuming Wacom is the way to
> go, but I'm not sure which model to get, and I'm open minded as long
> as I know it's solid and works well with Fedora. I don't want to
> spend a fortune, but it's OK if something goes into low three-digits
> (USD $), let's say US $250 or less. What does the Artwork team