When comparing RebornOS vs Garuda Linux, the Slant community recommends RebornOS for most people. In the question“What are the best Linux distributions for KDE Plasma 5?” RebornOS is ranked 12th while Garuda Linux is ranked 18th.
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Pro Antergos with more desktops
Pro Highly and Easily Configurable
You can easily choose from a list of browsers, desktops, office suites, etc, all from the installer.
Pro Good Repo
Reborn's dedicated repo has some extra packages that are difficult to find elsewhere, in addition to the official Arch repos, community repos, and the AUR.
Uses vram, and a zen kernel.
The dr460nized KDE theme is awesome.
Pro Easy entrance to Arch Linux
Filled to the brim with lots of quality-of-life changes and optimizations that are simple enough for long-time Windows, long-time Mac users, and Arch newbies to understand. Though, it also leads to bloat or not necessarily helpful extra software. If you're not into the "bloat" added in, try checking out the barebones version, you'll need to know a lot of things bout Arch to fully use barebones.
Pro Highly customized interface
You already have most of the customization done for you out of the box.
Pro Unused RAM is wasted RAM
It takes just a bit more RAM than Manjaro. Edit: This statement is only true if it helps the user and since this could be running on a low end machine this will not.
Crashes every time when trying to install.
Doesn't even install it in virtualbox or VMWare.
Con Needs a lot of RAM
Minimum is 4GB, for most Linux distributions it's 2GB or less.