First-off to @marbetschar, and others who with your willingness and technical wizardry have made it possible for me to run Manjaro, bluetooth working flawlessly, and have a rescue USB to save me when needed, on my little 12" Macbook; thank you, thank you, thank you so very much.
Yes @turkeyzawa the suspend (or hibernate for that matter) does not work yet. However, I have found that with the appropriately tweaked bash scripts, it is possible to have what I refer to as a "faux-hibernate/suspend" capability. I run the KDE version of Manjaro. The scripts utilize KDE's very good session-save capabilities. Its not perfect but it works for my purposes at the moment. I had tried to do this using GNOME about a year ago and gave up. However, KDE's session save/restore capability turns out to be very effective and vastly superior to what I experienced under Gnome. It may be Gnome has been refined since then, though I cannot say.
My scripts are nothing special. They certainly could be written by anyone and I'm sure improved by everyone. But I'd be happy to share them if anyone is interested.
Once suspend/hibernate is working I will go that route but for now the scripts make my little 12" MBR very useful. Thanks to the herculean efforts of others in providing custom Manjaro Live USB.