Just booted to Antergos and I have to say I'm very impressed so far. Looks like the power of Arch married to the usability of something like, say, Ubuntu (sorry for swearing!).
I'm glad I went through the install process a few times (manually) for Arch, as well as messing around with Pacman / Yaourt, and would recommend this to anyone to get an idea of the underlying processes that Antergos executes. However, as a daily driver I have to say Antergos is much realistic as an option for most users.
Also, there are a few visual/performance tweaks with make the whole thing a much more pleasant experience than I achieved with my custom Arch/Gnome install.
This is starting to sound like a review - I therefore give Antergos 5*!