Great Video as always. I sometimes run into issue with (In Windows YUMI from pendrivelinux.com) and In Linux The Mint USB Writer (which works most of the time) or "Multi-system" and cross-platform, Unetbootin.
While writing the image is not an issue, finding "invalid kernel" and other odd messages from time to time depending on the distro I am using and which program (of the prior mentioned ones) are a bit hit and miss sometimes. I had a friend (for a different reason) who introduced me to Linux and helped me with Slackware (yes that was one of the first distros I used, other than Suse 9.3) recommend the dd command years ago though I really never messed with it before. Now, (probably with Manjaro Moore or Manjaro COL edition) I plan on giving that a try with dd.
There are a few other tasks I have found that I had issues with, then running the dd command seems to be the thing that worked for me. I love how it follows the K. I. S. S. principle and I really wish I payed more attention to the dd command earlier.
Thank you again, Spatry