I am perfectly content with my setup in Arch, but sometimes I see a distro that catches my eye. This is another Arch spinoff distro, also aimed at new and inexperienced Linux users, while also focusing heavily on performance. https://garudalinux.org/index.html It comes in multiple flavors, meaning that you can have many different desktop environments, including all the well known ones like Cinnamon, KDE, Xfce, GNOME and more. There is even an installer for i3wm, and a barebones installer which I assume only provides you with a console interface and you are left to install and configure everything on your own (almost like Arch). The one that caught my eye was the KDE Dr460nized version, which is the one they seem to promote. I don't want to switch distro on my computer, but I do want to test this one out, so I will install it in Virtualbox and see how it is. I'll post some more, along with screenshots of my own, after I have tried it out.