If you are investing in a fabulous knife then you should be looking after it by investing in a good chopping board. Picking a chopping board is actually easier than you think, buy wooden end grain boards. The edge on your knife is extremely thin and prone to damage if it pressed up against anything too hard. So when choosing a chopping board you want one that has some "give" in it that the blade can press into easily. Think of it like running barefoot, you'd rather do it on a wet sandy beach than a concrete car park. Your knife is no different. For the size of your chopping board you should base your choice on the size of knife you use often Wooden and plastic chopping boards are extremely suitable and do not make your knives blunt. Never use glass or marble chopping boards if you value the sharpness of your knives.