I am a Manjaro user since several years. Still have a couple of Manjaro boxes running. But wanted to check out the real Arch experience with EndeavourOS. I have it running on two laptops now. Lets see how that goes.
I consider myself a linux veteran. Never had a private Windows PC. I moved from Atari directly to Linux. Started with kernel 1.2.13. That was SuSE Linux at that time, based on slackware. But that didnt last for long. I spent most of my Linux time with debian. I still believe that this is one of the best distros around. But the software selection is just to conservative.
When I was ready to look for something different I first tried Arch directly. But the installation marathon discouraged me big time. Then I tried Antergos before I discovered Manjaro some years ago. And now I am here, ready for something new.
I am a big fan of zfs but I did not try it on EndeavourOS yet. I am wondering how that will work. zfs support on Manjaro is very good. They provide ready-to-go zfs modules.