There were days when literally everyone was going for an Arch Linux installation. However I see that people aren't that excited about it anymore. Do you agree?
PS: What other rolling-release can I use instead?
There are plenty of things that make Arch Linux highly appealing to users: it’s always up-to-date, it’s a rolling release, and there’s tons of software available for it in its repositories. But what isn’t so appealing is the learning curve and pure difficulty of setting up an Arch system. If you want the best aspects of Arch, without the bad parts, you need Manjaro Linux.