Well, I am not a beginner, but I would not call myself advanced either.
I have found Garuda to be very easy and the forum to very friendly, so I'm a bit puzzled by your comment.
I'm not the biggest Arch fan in that there is a certain part of learning how to build the base OS that I just do not care to learn. If I experience an minor issue with the base OS, I will learn how to fix it. If, on the other hand, I experience an major issue (meaning an issue that cannot be quickly corrected by restoring a previous snapshot), I won't take the time to learn all of the inner workings of how Arch is put together and configured. It's just too easy to backup my home directory and reinstall from a live ISO usb device.
I'd rather spend my time learning and configuring my application, dotfiles, environment configuration settings.
Of course, this is just my opinion. YMMV.
Garuda fits my needs from where I am in my Linux journey.