The latter, of course, will never happen because Fedora's goal for about 2 years now is to provide nothing but completely free software. So why the hell you are trying to use proprietary drivers with a distro designed in opposition to proprietary software is beyond me.
Maybe this has changed in recently but that's the way it was for years so that's why a lot of people feel the way they do about Fedora. Personally, I'd much rather have stability over bleeding edge - which is why I switched from Fedora to Slackware years ago. I also got tired of their compiler chain, which has been broken since I tried Red Hat 7. That's the other part of what energyman was talking about when he said it's always broken.