I wanted a semi slick tire to get around on the greenbelt trails with an occasional run on a single track trail. I have ridden about 100 miles on these tires and am very happy with them. Here is what I have experienced thus far with the various terrain ridden with them
-Hard packed dirt - These tires excel here. Kind of scary how well they hook up.
-Pavement - About as good as expected with a file type tire. I run tubeless around 50-60 psi and notice they are a little grabby going around slow turns. If I were to go on a full pavement long road ride, I would pump them up a bit.
-Gravelcrushed granite - Pretty good here. I have notice the tires breaking loose when corning on thicker crushed granite which is mostly poor line choices.
-Thicker marble sized pebbles - Not good. But this a semi slick tire that I am pushing too far on single track trails.
-Mudsnow - Terrible. Hit a few patches of north facing mud and snow by accident. These tires are not intended for this.
Overall very pleased with the tires.
A good all around tire. It's enough to keep up on the road, but can still take a reasonable beating off road. You can get a lot father off road on a file tread like this than you would imagine. I use this on rocky double track in southern California all the time. I have gotten a few punctures when riding tubeless, but they all sealed well enough. My one significant complaint is that the maximum pressure is only 60 psi when tubeless. This is low for riding on the road, so keep that in mind.
These tires roll fast and stable when going from roads and paved trails to limestone trails! As a bonus, they are comfortable on rough roads. I have been running them for two years on my trail bike and i Not changing!