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Tubeless tire recommendations?

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Tubeless tire recommendations?

Anyone made the switch from tubular to tubless and/or have recommendations for tubeless tires?
I've been running tubulars since 2015, but have finally upgraded to a disc/thru-axle bike that came with tubeless ready wheels (and tires). I'm not in a hurry to go drop more money on a tubular set for my new bike just yet, so I'm going to try out tubeless to to see how it goes.

The tires that came with it are Vittora Terreno Mix TNT. They seem fine for hardpack, dirt and gravel riding but feel a little heavy as currently setup with tubes. (Their listed weight is 420g). For a full race season I'd probably want a more aggressive tread. Last year I ran Donnely PDX tubulars and found them to work really well for all conditions, but a bit more stiff than the Challenge Baby Limus tubulars I used previously.

Is anyone using Challenge Grifo TLR or Limus TLR? Or any of the Donnely Tubeless tires? Do any of these tubeless tires compare to the feel of tubulars?
Any suggestions on setup?
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