I left a comment in one of Derek's videos telling him to stick with it, use Manjaro as his daily driver, but keep working with GhostBSD, updating us as he went along. I think it would have been informative and entertaining. When I saw his original video stating that he was "tapping out" on GhostBSD, I got a pretty good laugh - not at his irritation, but because I know the feeling, and he is a fellow traveler. Sometimes, when you're working with a new OS, everything feels like you're working uphill, and it can be extremely frustrating. When I watched the video, I could hear the exasperation in his voice, and he just looked tired. I laughed because I know the feeling so well, and my heart went out to him.
For the record, I'm really enjoying GhostBSD, just got Conky configured on it, and continue to use and enjoy it, and will continue to support it financially and by word-of-mouth. I really believe in what you guys are doing, and an out-of-the-box usable, FreeBSD-based OS, that is newbie/user-friendly, is a great project that I feel good about supporting.