I noticed such feature was discussed from time to time in many other topics (especially related to super-slow decryption during boot), but couldn't find the "official" request for it.
Hence, I'd like to know if you have any plans to modify the installer to support encrypted system, but without encrypted /boot. Like this one - https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dm-crypt/Encrypting_an_entire_system#LVM_on_LUKS
Some will say unencrypted /boot is a security risk. But so is unencrypted bootloader (which is used now) because anyone which physical access can still replace the bootloader. However, supporting unencrypted /boot would bring at least 2 serious benefits:
It would instantly solve hundreds of complains about super-slow decryption during boot. The forum is full of non-solved complains about decryption during boot taking 20-30 seconds. As some of you may already know, GRUB2 doesn't support hardware-optimized encryption/decryption, so it uses its own library. As a result, it takes 20-30 seconds to decrypt system, while having system on exactly the same machine (but with unencrypted /boot) takes exactly 1 second to decrypt everything (because it's possible to use hardware-optimized decryption then).
It would bring support for LUKS2, which is already stable for years, but is not supported by GRUB2. Of course, the's not such a big benefit when compared to benefit #1 (30 times faster boot), but I'm sure many users will like it.
P.S. Please do not suggest me to use Manjaro-Architect to do this manually (unless you did it on your own and can confirm everything really works). I tried multiple times, and such setup failed every single time. I reported the issue, and other users were able to reproduce it - Multiple installation failures (UEFI, LVM on LUKS) I know it might be my own stupidity, but every time I repeated the same steps on now-defunct Antergos, it worked every single time. Hence, I strongly believe the problem was with MA.