This is the second of these chopping boards that we have bought, and it was interesting to see how the design has changed slightly from the first. There are some useful non-slip pads on the back of the board which keep it steady while chopping, and the handle itself has a soft touch grip as well.
The board works well in the sense that it gets chopped veg easily into a saucepan. My only complaint is the fact the board won't lay flat when new. The handle pops down away from the direction of the user and this folds the edges too. It means that you're constantly having to readjust until such time as general use means it finally lies flat.
So as my title said, it's a good idea but does need some patience when you first use it before it lies flat - whether the eventual ease of use is worth the extra effort is debatable since at the end of the day it's just a chopping board.