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Cool, security. I really don't feel so comfortable with Arch derivatives, or with installing Arch any other way besides by the book. Not that I've really had any bad experiences with any of the Arch derivatives I've tried (except a couple of recent installation attempts with ArchLabs -- couldn't get it installed for some reason). Anarchy seems ok, though. I would have tried to use it to get Arch with only Openbox, but I was kinda pressed for time and I wasn't exactly sure how to do it, even though I've done an Arch installation with only Openbox (no DE) in the past. So I went with Xfce instead.
About the only thing I don't buy online are groceries. I happen to live in a 400 unit apt bldg for the elderly and the mailboxes are in the lobby in sight of a security guard 24/7. The mailman or delivery driver will leave packages by my door if I'm not here but there is limited access to the bldg and cameras in all the hallways. So, I've never had a package go missing. I didn't lose money on the counterfeit SDs because both Amazon and eBay have very liberal return policies. It just an inconvenience having to return them and wait for replacements.
Not sure. I didn't put anything about that in my notes. I'm normally quite meticulous about my installation notes.
Anyway, not trying to sell Anarchy or to convince anybody else to use it. Saved me a lot of time, and I'm happy with the end result -- so far, at least.