Openbox version seems to be popular and downloads are quite good, so I guess the switch back makes sense.
Have been suffering for while with a chest infection, thankfully not covid related. So am a bit run down and not really in the mood for ricing [whatever that is?].
Have updated Guide both here and on iso [for next release] but I am aware that some things need doing post install. One of which is Journald as it stands the logs on the system will grow very quickly and mean quickly. They can take up many gigs of space. It is very easy to fix simply by visiting https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Systemd/Journal.
I personally set file size to 50Mbs and leave it at that. As with all things Arch is it a personal choice. Very wary of making that change to install script.
It has been at the back of mind for a while so this is best way to get it out of my head.
If you do look at files in your home directory you may see some large ones in ~/.cache for example. Arch over time build up package in /var/cache/pacman/pkg.
Once you install ArchBang/Arch you are in control of system and its administration. The Arch wiki is amazing and it is one of the best resources for information.