If you click on the ISO name indicated above, the installer will be downloaded directly.
(1). Welcome screen is deleted. (2). Now the installer will auto-execute automatically, once the ISO is loaded (the first time you will have to wait a few seconds, while updating all the system keys). (3). Shortcuts are added to the panel, for: gparted, cnchi (the installer), and the terminal. (4). If for some reason the installer is closed, when executing it again from the existing icon in the panel, it will open without waiting. (5). If the installer is run from the terminal, it will open instantly. (6). The wallpaper was changed. (7). cnchi now indicates the version of ISO that is being used.
I tested this ISO in VirtualBox and it installed successfully. As usual I installed KDE desktop and I didn't install any of the optional packages during installation.
Removing the Reborn Welcome screen from the installer should make things less confusing for new users. There seem to have been a lot of users who complained that they couldn't install Reborn because nothing happened when they clicked on the install button. You had already given instructions about closing the Welcome screen, but it's better to have the cnchi installer screen start, which does work.
The Welcome Screen has been broken for quite a long time, so it's better to remove it. I know Keegan tried to fix it but didn't manage to fix it.
The new wallpaper for the live desktop is fun - is it a free wallpaper?