SRAM AXS shifting has been something to get use to with the 13 tooth front chainring difference to the 12 speed cassette. With the 10-36 12 speed cassette I have the benefit of wide range gearing without sacrificing either high or low end. The steps are in just the right place and not too large. The 10-33 always bothered me with it's 5 tooth step between 33 and 28. The 10-36 never goes beyond a 4 tooth step. So it's like getting the 10-33 with an extra 36 gear. Very happy with the performance and smooth shifting.
My LBS had a Jamis built up with Force eTap AXS, the Force 4633 chainrings and 10-33 cassette. I tested it on local hilly, paved roads. This cassette was quiet and smooth using the SRAM chain. What I noticed most was the easier cogs actually have bigger jumps compared to similar SRAM 11 or 10 speed cassettes. This cassette had spacing of 21-24-28-33 at the easy end, so jumps of 3, 4 and 5 teeth. My SRAM 10-speed 11-32 cassette runs 22-25-28-32, so jumps of 3, 3 and 4 teeth. I believe the SRAM 11-speed is the same. It felt less useful because the bigger jumps made it harder to find a comfortable gear for my desired cadence and actually fewer easy gearing choices.