Excellent answers! Thanks ya’ll!
"So, to summarize, i’d say that Antergos is Arch with an user-friendly installer, and with some prechosen packages so it can be used right after it is installed."
And that is kind of how I was seeing it.
“But what about the normal user with a little geek inside that enjoys everything tech and is curious about Linux? Should they be turned away and pushed to ubuntu? Myself and the rest of Antergos’ developers believe the answer to that question is Absolutely NOT!.”
& I think it is this that appeals to me.
I have used Manjaro for about a year now. The one & only thing that has kept me from making the full switch to Arch is time.Hoenstly, I dont care about the ocaasional problem that has to be fixed. I love to tinker with my machine. But, I have a business & am a student, so I do not have the time to build my system from the ground up as in a full Arch system. I literally cannot go 3-5 days without a fully operational system.I would love nothing more than to set up my full Arch “Dream Machine”! I simply do not have time!