My deck is Divinycell. I have had no issues with it and would not hesitate to use it again. With that said understand its limitations and weak points. It is not particularly “puncture” resistant. If a something were dropped from a significant height and it were pointed or jagged it could puncture the skin of glass. It also will not hold a screw very well as the glass is only about 1/8” thick. You must de-core and fill with epoxy or some other filler in order for it to hold with any amount of tension. Water intrusion is not and issue as it is closed cell so that is a plus and its also comfortable under foot. If I had a choice and cost were not an issue I would use coosa but have been very happy with the divinycell. Its plenty strong, imagine a 900lb Bluefin bouncing along the deck, no issues yet.Not to derail but related…I’ve used coosa and nida…coosa dust is definitely nasty…has anyone used divinycell for a deck and how did you like it ?