After a couple of years of not having a non-work PC, I finally decided to grab a new one and figured I would give Garuda a spin.
I've been a Linux user off and on since SuSE 6.0. I'm definitely not a power user by any means, but also not adverse to getting hands dirty in documentation. This is my first rolling release distribution (my last personal laptop I booted Ubuntu)
I had a few hiccups during install, but nothing insurmountable. I am one of the crazy guys that is running an nvidia card (and actually directly purchased a laptop knowing the issue/nvidia proprietary drivers).
So far I've enjoyed the look and feel and am starting to get a hang of moving around. I've managed to get Remmina setup and am able to RDP into my work desktop, and thankfully don't have any issues running the only game I care about (Europa Universalis IV)
Next up: Setting up my Python development environment/workflow and getting nVidia CUDA toolkit working.