Bare-Metal [simple] install, using the manjaro-architect iso in this thread:
Asus Laptop: UEFI, with 2 Sata HD's, sda, and sdb.
WiFi only: Atheros AR9485, which has been supported forever in Linux.
ran sudo setup, #ended up with manjaro-architect .3 version ?, with my SATA HD's labelled as sdb, and sdc, which is not correct. ?
ran sudo "systemctl enable NetworkManager.service", then ran
sudo setup, # got manjaro-architect latest versio .7.4.xxxx, with SATA HD's labeledd as sda, and sdb. -which is correct.
Went back selected cgdisk, [gpt], and manually deleted old parttions, and re-added new "/" parttion [sda2], and swap [sda3] partition on sda, including /boot/[efi] on [sda1], and everything went fine.
-Anyway, upon completetion, and reboot of installation, the /etc/pacman.d/mirrolrlist was correctly copied over exactly as i chose them -so that's good.
The rest of the install of Manjaro/KDE stable, FULL, but with 4.9 .* kernel, along with Plasma went great.
I think I accidently did it twice, umm, that part was my fault, but still, over-correcting can cause this potenial User error of doing needless "graphical install profiles" twice over ?
Note: the "cancel", and "back" buttons seem to be more "user-freindly / lively" this time around, which is extremely handy if a User thinks they've made a mistake.
Keep it up !.
Anyway, sry for the undetaled decription above, but that's my quick take on this manjaro-architect netinstall iso thus far, using by 5-key broken keyboard, with "florence".
So if any Dev is actually interested in this, and obviously hasn't tested further, then here you go, all edits included.