I used to use it with a pcduino2 (A10) and the Jetson Nano (Tegra). It was good and offered a fairly vanilla experience compared to their extremely heavy (and broken) vendor supplied images.
Ultimately I realized it was a bit cleaner to do it myself, Armbian also tended to deprecate hardware too quickly (due to limited manpower I suppose). The steps I take now are:
1) boot the terrible vendor image
2) create a Debian chroot via debootstrap and tarball it
3) delete everything from the vendor image apart from /boot, /lib/modules, /lib/firmware
4) expand the Debian chroot you prepared earlier onto the root /
5) Optional for Jetson Nano, expand the NVidia drivers from the L4T SDK (don't bother with the debs, they drag in crazy things like custom wpa_supplicant files and dbus schemas)
This tends to work with everything and gets you a clean, bootable Debian install.