I'm very new to Linux. Had been trying a couple of distros e.g. Ubuntu, Mint, Arch, ArchBang, and finally coasting to crunchbang. Using it for a couple of weeks and I'm very happy with it
The community is as awesome as the distro! I have been asking a silly questions in the IRC and receiving prompt answers Hoping to learn more from you guys.
Overall it was quite a good learning experience! The documentation on their wiki is one of the best documentation for Linux out there. I said so because I followed the whole guide and managed to get it up and running. And also, although I'm using Crunchbang now, occasionally I still read their wiki. I enjoyed my first time experience connecting to WiFi via command line I think Arch is good for learning Linux, but I'm afraid for a beginner like me it is very hard to get a real work done. I have to modify a couple bash scripts to get things done. I think I survived for a few weeks because I'm a software engineer.