Why on earth does the average user NEED systemd? I just installed Arch-OpenRC, it can be made simpler with a little effort, it's a non-issue. However tweaking the drivers for the specific hardware, is an issue. Few things annoy people more than user interface hardware and software that does not work flawlessly, specially at this price bracket. That would mean a lot of irate phone calls if it didn't work flawlessly. I don't see Razer getting around a small dedicated staff of one(1). Particularly for customizing the widgets/drivers for the keyboard/mouse (colors, response and macros), display(sleep/hibernate, etc), finger print reader, and cool stuff like the top emblem lights. However, that small staff can, as Mr.ShoNuff said, probably handle the tweaking of an Arch install for Razer. Because these tweaks only have to work on Razer hardware, the kernel would be compiled specifically for the Razer, with the only drivers being loaded being for the Razer hardware. That would make it a lean O/S, even for linux. As Ikcl and Mr.ShoNuff indicated, Razer would not be taking on a distribution, just tweaking the installs for the specific Razer hardware, that being all of three (3) models: Stealth, Blade and Pro.