You can read more about Project Trident rebasing from TrueOS (FreeBSD) to Void Linux here: https://project-trident.org/post/os_migration/
I liked it, Lumina is a weird DE, but it was a pleasant experience. Install did not take long. They do need to adjust the title bars of their windows though, looks kinda tacky. Void's daily updates surprisingly did not break the system, the syntax for
xbps can give you a headache adjusting though. The OS ran pretty smoothly out of the box, so impressive for a bleeding edge distro. Just thought I'd report on my findings for my first experience with a Void distro. To be honest, I find daily updates to be kinda annoying since I'm not a dev. So I don't know if I could ever see myself using it on another machine. I ran it in a VM this time. But I am pleased my time with it.
And don't worry, no Manjaro or Arch installations were harmed in the testing of this distro. My daily drive is Manjaro and always will be. (Unless something really, really bad happens, which I doubt.) Gonna test out Redcore next.