Available at the local megastore here. Just started using it. If you have been around grain silos, you might notice a strong distinct odor from the corn, but it goes away. Seems to do a good job. Does not clump as hard as clay. Probably not nearly as much dust, but I cannot imagine how anything can be as dusty as clay litter. Much lighter. They say it absorbs twice the liquid, but I doubt it. Will update later, especially if it turns out to be unsatisfactory.
Available at the local megastore here. Just started using it. If you have been around grain silos, you might notice ... it absorbs twice the liquid, but I doubt it. Will update later, especially if it turns out to be unsatisfactory.

I'm always on the lookout for good litter. I generally buy whatever is on sale at Target but I've noticed that the dust can even vary within the same brand.
Available at the local megastore here. Just started using it. If you have been around grain silos, you might notice ... it absorbs twice the liquid, but I doubt it. Will update later, especially if it turns out to be unsatisfactory.

Eagerly waiting your review. Thanks.
After over one month of use... It lasts somewhere between 25% and 50% longer than their clay litter, not twice as long. It does not clump well like clay litter. It smells better than non-scented litter. The smell reminds me of a grain silo or a sawmill. It could be much less unhealthy than clay litter, but you never know, only time will tell. You might need to empty the box more frequently because of the clumping issue, so it is not for you if you cannot spend more time taking care of your cats. But for me the extra work is okay (for now) because I do not like the idea of animals breathing clay fumes or interacting with lots of man-made chemicals.
If I see dust collecting in the area, I will post back about that. If there is, it does not have the same appearance as the clay dust.
After over one month of use... It lasts somewhere between 25% and 50% longer than their clay litter, not twice as long.

It might actually last twice as long.
It does not clump well like clay litter.

Using a huge poop scoop helps, because it does not sift down through a poop scoop very well either.
If I see dust collecting in the area

As far as I can tell, there is no dust.