I use it in the rear tire only. I ride really gnarly single track, and off road. D6 & ECEA Harescrambles. Super grip on rocks and roots. I run rear tire pressures down to about 9psi in very slick and rocky Northern PA woods without the fear of a flat. (lower tire pressures in the rear make the steering lazy, I think) Tire changes aren't that bad, and no more crushing your fingers installing the tube's valve stem. On my 5th tire with this setup, and no visual wear on the tubliss system. For full on moto, I still run 12 psi in the rear. So I think the big gains are in off road. I would and do recommend.
Stickers are fine but the tubliss system is the best
Tubliss is the best tire system I’ve ever used. Once you get the hang of mounting it it’s a breeze and you never have to patch a tube again. Plus you can air down really really low and not pinch flat or roll a tire. Plus if you ever did get a flat the bead is locked to the rim so you can ride home. Just remember to carry a good plug kit and a CO2 pack. Never carry a spare tube again.