Checked out this distro myself. Easy to setup with the Calamares installer. Although, it offers a very stock experience. There's hardly any apps installed. Some development tools, no office/productivity programs. Minimal set of wallpapers in GNOME and KDE editions. XFCE had quite a few. I really like the Mac-esque theme that they had going on. Although, it had a hard time picking up my Intel video card right off the bat. Set a super low resolution of 800x600. Fortunately I was able to scale it up to 1920x1200 on a 2K screen for an optimal viewing experience. Out of the box, the 3 desktop environments that I tried had a very large backlog of updates - all over 1 GB total in size. The actual numbers I recorded below.
GNOME - 706
XFCE - 621
KDE - 942
Apart from this, I don't personally feel like it really stands out from the other Arch-based distros. It's definitely interesting to see distro's like this pop-up, but it's not something I could see myself moving over to. I'm not knocking it by any means, but there's nothing that stands out that would make me want to use it. For anybody that is curious though, I'd recommend checking it out in a VM. Definitely seems to be a lot of work that Hefftor put into it and visually, it's a nice looking distro. Just very bare, which I know some people like. Allows you to set up your preferred apps right away vs having to spend time removing what the maintainer installed.
Overall, good find. Glad I had a chance to look at it.