You are missing the point. Describing a 3fps difference as "terrible" is silly. Anyone who actually reviews performance would call that about the same. There is always a margin of error in any test.
I am not sure how this a valid response to what I wrote....
The things that really matter have nothing to do with being an "average user". The point is this isn't a review at all. It is simply a description of the superficial aspects of Manjaro.
If someone really wants to help "average users"(whatever that means), the best thing to do would be to educate them on the importance of the things they can't see themselves by firing up the live ISO.
- How does the distro hold up over time
- How comprehensive is the library of available packages
- How easy is it to get drivers up and running on real hardware
- Why should you choose(or not choose) Manjaro
- Lots of other topics
I would think all of those would be relevant to any user regardless of skill or experience level.
When did "normies" become a word that means people unfamiliar with Linux?