I think the vast majority of boards, I cannibalize for parts and chuck the carcass
A few I've given away to some of James' friends and others await "frankenstien"'ish retrofits.
The vast majority of the super lightweight boards I tried over the last year or so, broke.
I do a post-moretem surgery on them to see where and how they broke and then, salvage the traction, HD foam and fin boxes. What's left goes to the landfill.
Those that didn't break I still have. The flamed board compsand is going to hang in my office. The skate deck inspired graphic board is waiting for the installation of some C-5's, so...it's a work-in-process. I'll most likely keep that board for me!
The current framed board, if it sort of works, I will cannibalize it to retrieve the carbon stringers, and then attempt to make a mold from them so that I can reproduce the stringers...sort of a prefabricated set of stringers that could be made thicker or thinner or even a variable thickness running the length of the stringer . For example; at the nose maybe 2 plies, 5 plies through the midsection and then say 3 out the tail).