I using this tire on my Trek Checkpoint SL5 Gravel Bike. This is my second set. The first set I got 3,500 miles out of this year. I would say I do 35% Gravel and the rest ranges from bad chip and oil to nice pavement. This tire does it all for me. The security of grip makes you never want to leave home without them.
I don't have a lot of miles on this tire yet, but so far I'm pretty impressed with its balance/tradeoffs as a tough, high-volume, relatively high traction gravel and mixed terrain tire. I got the 700x45 (black) and am running it on the front with a Cinturato H on the rear. This tire (and the H) both mounted up very easily, with no air loss or seepage/sealant weeping on DT Swiss GRC 1400 carbon wheels (24.5mm internal width). Ride quality is good, with decent damping at 28psi. The tire rolls very smoothly as you would hope from the nearly solid center line of lugs, and on-road noise is low as well. With about 150 miles of mostly rounded gravel at this point I certainly wouldn't have expected any cuts or punctures and haven't seen any issues. The real test will be this coming weekend with ~125mi of sharp limestone gravel and singletrack planned. Only knocks are the relatively high weight (not too far off from 29x2.2 tires with protection) and the price...gravel tires have increased in price by a lot over the past year or so, but it's reasonable on this tire for the high quality of the tire. Happy trails!
I've run these tubeless for the past month (350 miles) in very dry conditions and they have exceeded my expectations for both grip and traction. Roll surprisingly fast on pavement as well. Very durable and have yet to show any signs of wear.