Just from the little I’ve played with it, it just seems like the attention to detail that void has far surpasses that of arch. Especially from command line only builds.
A couple of things: in Arch, the date command never worked properly. It always showed utc time, no matter what you did.
Another thing, in Arch, if you ran any long complicated command from the command line and then you had to arrow back through your history, when you got to that long command, you couldn’t move passed it without creating a lesion and half of the command “stuck”.
And for that matter, the history command in void comes default with line numbers out of the box.
Only thing I kinda don’t like about void is well having to remember if the command is xbps or xbsp, lol.
I can just tell that whoever is responsible for void is really putting a lot of effort into this.
Arch seems like it has become the Ubuntu of minimal distros.
While void is trying to be more like openbsd (that is making things that just work!)