I am wondering why the Faerie Upbringing Flaw was re-written the way it was in RoP:F. I'd say it's more of a Virtue than a Flaw now!
First, it's no longer a Personality Flaw, but just a General Flaw. Note that General Flaws are supposed to be more burdensome than Personality or Story ones of the same value.
Second, now it increases the cap to Sympathy Traits by 1. A minor, but not insignificant, advantage.
Third, it still allows a character to spend experience on Faerie Lore at character creation. Again, a very minor advantage, but still an advantage.
Fourth, it still does not mechanically penalize the character in any way! It just suggests that the character may be (initially) unfamiliar with facets of human society. A minor disadvantage, but not enough to be worth a General Flaw by itself, I'd say, even disregarding the other advantages.
I was wondering if, perhaps, there had been some mistake in the handling of the text on p.110 (the last paragraph of "Faerie Upbringing"), so that it should be attached to the description of the Flaw on p.115, effectively giving a character with Faerie Upbringing a "free" Ability Block in five of the ten abilities listed there (Dominion Lore, Church Lore, Riding, Animal Handling etc.). I think this would make the Flaw far more balanced than it appears now.