I still use grungeboard for projects, as I like the flexibility versus chipboard. I think that the surge in fantastical chipboard pieces probably has hurt grunge sales, but grunge does things that chipboard simply can't. I prefer to use grunge rather than chipboard when using my steel-rule dies.
I have a confession – I've never used Grungeboard. I do have Grungepaper, but haven't used it very much. I was on scrappy hiatus when it came out, I think. That being said, I don't use DA too much, either, but that may just be because I haven't had enough time to build up a respectable stash 🙂
I love my Grungeboard. And my Grungepaper.
The board itself was available only in precut strips (embossed shapes and alphas) when I started scrapping and shopped the chains, fortunately, I can get it locally in plain sheets now.
Don't get me wrong, I love my DA, but we're talking apples and oranges. I love the flexibility and the texture and the opportunity to play with my pile of Timmy dies.