Manjaro Linux, the semi-rolling distribution based on Arch Linux has a new stable build release out with Manjaro 20.1 'Mikah'. If you already have Manjaro installed, no need to download again, just check for updates. These stable releases mean they put up nice fresh iso files for new installs.
Manjaro 20.1 Mikah upgrades pretty much everything. They're shipping the Xfce 4.14 desktop as their "flagship", which is their most tested and supported version. They claim only "a few can claim to offer such a polished, integrated and leading-edge Xfce experience". Things being a new theme called 'Matcha', profile for display configuration and they implemented "auto-application of profiles when new displays are connected".
Their KDE Plasma edition brings the flashiness with Plasma 5.19. This includes their theme refresh from back in the Spring along with light and dark versions of Breath2-themes. It also includes the latest KDE-Apps 20.08. Additionally their GNOME edition is based on the 3.36 series, which includes some visual refreshes as well to areas like the login and unlock screens. There's also a new GNOME Extensions application, a do not disturb button for notifications, they added in a dynamic wallpaper, improved their GNOME layout-switching application and more.
Pamac, the Manjaro-made package managing application, went through the usual update rounds too. It should be more optimized and perform better, have better error handling, improved searching and bug fixes aplenty. Finally, it comes with Linux Kernel 5.8 as the standard package for all versions of Manjaro.
Manjaro is a good middle-ground distribution that mixes a reasonably stable experience with up to date packages. You can download here.