I use TROMjaro and love it. It’s currently my distro of choice on all 3 of my machines. The Thinkpad T440 (int the center) is my daily driver is an i7 with 12GB ram and an SSD. TROMjaro is blazing fast and beautiful. Especially wit the external monitor attached. I use the Thinkpad for 90% of my daily computer tasks. The other machine (behind the Thinkpad) is called Frankeputer and is an old HP laptop with no screen, an i5, 16GB ram and 1TB HDD. TROMjaro is just as fast and efficient on it as well. Frankenputer is used for hosting my podcast/blog files on the lan so I can edit them on any machine from any room. It also runs the music/sound FX into my mixer for the shows audio. Where I keep an eye on the streams and the audience chats during the show. That audio that feeds into the mixer then goes into the Thinkpad which is running OBS Studio to stream to the live audience as well as record the video versions of the podcasts.
My mixer is a Zoom R16 which also records the audio onto an sd card as a back up in case of a crash of OBS Studio or I spill coffee on the Thinkpad. Speaking of backups. Not seen in the pic is an old Dell Inspirion laptop running TROMjaro to the left of me. It’s sporting an i3 with 16GB ram and a 1TB HDD. It’s there always at the ready just in case the Thinkpad or Frankenputer fails during a live show. And you guessed it TROMjaro screams along on it as well. This is without a doubt the best and most beautiful experience I’ve ever had in the Gnome Desktop.