I love Garuda, and that mostly goes for any Arch based distro as well. Truth to tell though, I would never recommend a rolling distro like an Arch based one for non technically inclined newbs.
Arch based distro's require maintenance. They are not set and forget. Anybody can install Garuda on a computer. That's pretty simple in this day and age. The problem isn't in the installing, it's in learning to upkeep your system.
If you are going to run an Arch based distro for the long term then you need to learn how to maintain it properly. People with no desire to learn technical aspects of the OS probably shouldn't pick an Arch based daily driver.
Anyone that enjoys tinkering with their system will love a rolling distro based on Arch. For the set and forget crowd they should run a static distro.
Not being an elitist, just a realist. Just my opinion.