Oops, my bad -- I thought that you were talking about adding more servers. If it's for home use, you might want to try out SuSE, which comes bundled with a whole lot of desktop applications. That's really the SuSE claim to fame -- many discs of software. Aside from that, the only real difference is the proprietary software in each distribution. For installation and system configuration, Red Hat has Lizard, and SuSE has YaST. You'll have to decide which is better. You can find out about them at their respective websites.
To be fair I'd like to point out that if you have a broadband Internet connection, you can always download the free software that comes bundled with SuSE, and install it on any system. That's the nice thing about free software. It's just more convenient to have it all in one place.
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