Yeah and it's really well put together, I like yast and the snapshot system looks good. I'm making this observation from the install I did a couple of days ago. I was pleasantly surprised with it but since it was the first linux distribution I ever tried (back when it was SUSE Linux) I can also see yast is like a Porsche 911. The design is the same but underneath the engineering is vastly improved.
The SUSE Linux manual made an excellent doorstop
It helps of course to have the financial backing they have and length of development hours so David versus Goliath, the manjaro and of course upstream Arch guys are doing admirably. I'm not taking anything away from them here.