I have never encountered a rolling release distro which wasn’t a high maintenance affair. Rolling distros live on the cutting edge and may at any update break for any reason. There is no such thing as a reliable rolling distro, this is the price you pay for keeping everything up to date.
That said most rolling distros have a more stable track like, for instance, Debian and their Testing branch. I am not familiar enough with the Arch family to know if something similar exist there. My advice is, try to stick to the more stable tracks, those tend to be more thoroughly tested and less prone to breakage - though it still happens sometimes.
Sure, the more stable branches will be a couple of months behind on packages, except for security patches. But for 99% of the packages there is little difference and the times when there is a significant functional difference between two minor versions (like Linux 5.6 and 5.7) for your specific usecase are few and far between.