In his Ph.D. thesis, Semenov shows that the motivic decomposition of a variety in general is not unique. He works in the category of Chow-Motives and not in a bigger category of motives.

Is there an example of two varieties having different Chow-Motive decomposition in the category of Chow motives, such that the respective summands split into finer/more summands in a bigger category, and so that these new decompositions coincide?

Maybe we can choose the same category but consider another equivalence relation for the Chow-Cycles instead. This would of course require some coarser relation than rational equivalence to be chosen in the first place.

**Edit:** Of course we could consider the algebraic closure of $k$, respectively its category of Chow-Motives, and interpret this as that certain "extended" category in question. In this category, two quadrics $X$, $Y$ will both become isomorphic to a sum of twisted Tate-Motives. If we choose them both to be Pfister quadrics of the same dimension, one being isotropic (i.e. hyperbolic), the other anisotropic, the decompositions won't be isomorphic over $k$.
But this is a rather trivial example and somehow cheating, because one decomposition already contains only twisted Tate-Motives.

Isn't there more exciting stuff possible, maybe in Voevodsky's category?