Grids took a little bit of getting used to for me, but I like it alot. Previously I have always used Bootstrap.
The messier html syntax is a thing but in reality if you identify common components you can use @apply to collate groups of utilities into a single class.
It's a trade off between more classes in the html and less CSS to write. I find it quite easy to read. The classes are very descriptive so it does give you a good rundown of what you should be seeing.
The abillity to setup custom config to match a style guide/design system would really help keep a site's UI consistent.
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