Arch philosophy is about knowing your system. It doesn’t give fancy installer.
In fact you have to do it all manually with command line without installer.
Before you step in, you have to be brave to walk with command line.
And be sure you have read the manual.
It is worth the risk. Your few days of installing Arch
give you more knowledge than a year with Kali.
After you get the knowledge for a while,
you can install it again in just a few minutes.
Many beginners asking for guidance to install Arch.
There is actualy two steps.
First step is Install Vanilla Arch itself. Until you get your first root login after boot.
The second step is Post Install. e.g. setup Wireless, or setup WM/DE (Desktop Environment).
If you feel that you are not ready for Arch,
you can still improve your skill with other distro.