After a fresh install of Antergos with GNOME, the desktop environment dropdown menu shows too many “GNOME” options: “GNOME”, “GNOME”, “GNOME Classic”, and “GNOME on Xorg”. Both two top “GNOME” options seem to do the same thing as the “GNOME on Xorg” option, so they seem redundant. I’m assuming that both top GNOME options are to boot into Wayland, but they don’t work – system won’t boot into Wayland. Installing GDM, however, and setting that as primary boots into Wayland just fine.
So, two problems after install:
(1) Two redundant “GNOME” options at start-up (I realize I can change this manually, but I think this should be fixed out-of-the-box".
(2) System won’t boot into Wayland from LightDM. Booting to Wayland from GDM works fine.