Its just my opinion but an Arch based distro should be able to function in the way a legit Arch distro would.
I could avoid the headache of trying to create ArchJaro (I guess?) but what would be the fun in that?
If I am able to on a debian or ununtu or mint system to perform the same thing, don’t you think manjaro should be the first one with pure functionality of a mix between pentesting tools and also typical user support?
I like manjaro. It is the first distro I am thinking about sticking with for awhile and it would be nice if it could function the same as a typical ubuntu distro would. I don’t like being help back from functions and my distros controlling what I am capable of on my machine. Which is probably why I just simply haven’t installed Arch because of all the ■■■■■■■■ I have to go through to do it.
I want layman typical user functionality while also being able to have some fun with my computer’s capabilities.