Litho’s primary use case is RecyclerViews with complex content as it delivers great scroll performance even with complex items with a wide variety of content, which is quite challenging to achieve using traditional Android views.
You might also consider adopting Litho simply for its declarative API for building user interfaces. Litho’s functional programming model with a unidirectional data flow tends to be much easier to reason about even as your product gets more complex.
Very dynamic UIs with animations and gestures are currently hard to implement in Litho. New APIs for layout transitions and gestures in Litho are coming soon.