I picked up a set of the Rutlands (700x38C) for some upcoming gravel races with much gnarlier more technical riding (specifically the Vermont Overland). Setting these tires up was a breeze - they have a tall section with a diamond-pattern above the bead which makes them easy to pop into place. I suspect I could have used a regular floor pump to get them on. I set them up tubeless on some Zipp wheels.
During the race, I ran them at 45psi and they held up great. Tons of grip in sloppy conditions and they felt very comfortable when descending.
Switched from Schwalbe X-One 32mm to the Rutland 38mm on my CX bike. The tires seem to have better traction and durability while also providing a more comfortable ride as the bike is used mostly for gravel riding and racing.
Good looking tire with excellent smooth rolling and good grip on dirt. In 300 miles of riding, 70% pavement and 30% dirt, rear tire tread is about half that of the front, suggesting these tires could be bald within 700 miles of use. Set tubless, front tire has difficultly holding air.