I am one of those users, and I am extremely happy to get a pure GNOME 3.10 experience on my Arch Linux machine. I’m also proud to say that the desktop environment runs very well, and looks good, just as expected. I want to remind everyone that the GNOME 3.10 desktop environment has been officially announced by the GNOME Project on September 25, 2013, and that it introduces several new applications that I’m exited to test these days.
If you’re using Arch Linux and GNOME as your main desktop environment, then you can upgrade your GNOME installation to version 3.10 right now, using the sudo pacman -Syu command in a terminal. Don’t forget to restart your computer for the changes to be applied.