This thing works exactly as you'd hope.
Tubeless mounting? Charge it up to 160, make sure the tire is as spread as possible, let 'er rip.
Standard tire pumping? You don't have to pre-fill the chamber, you treat it like a normal floor pump.
ONE NOTE I had the pump head pop off a couple of times upon first use, and realized that you have to jam it on a bit more firmly than you'd think. Learned that lesson through trial, and now it stays on without issue.
After doing a couple too many upper body interval sessions with a standard pump in a vain attempt to seat CX tubeless tires, I got this pump and in a short time later was out on the gravel instead of sweating in the basement. It's not magic (it still took a couple tries with some tires), but it has seated everything I have asked it to seat. It is heavy, but that's fine for a shop pump, and the ergonomics are good. I do appreciate the long hose too.
My Bontrager Flash Charger pump was stolen and I replaced it with a Joeblow Booster. This is a better pump. The handle is sturdier. The long hose allows you to fill a tire with the bike on a stand and the valve in an up position. When in pump mode, pressure is not equalized with the chamber like the flash charger which saves strokes. If you are riding in remote locations, this pump is your friend when it comes to seating a tubeless tire.
I got this pump when I upgraded a couple MTBs to tubeless. I love my old Topeka JoeBlow and got this because of the booster tank. It has a really long hose which makes topping off tires easy even when they are still on the back of the truck.
It is heavy, but thats good. Construction of the body and base is all metal so it should last a long time.
My only complaint is there isnt a handle retention device. My older Topeak has a flip up catch that keeps the handle down. This one doesnt, but I improved with some paracord and a buckle.
I like the idea of the product but I still had problems with mounting one of the tires. I am happy with the product. I think you have to remove the valve core to get the most benefit.
I use 700 tubeless tires and for a re-inflation test it didn't quite perform. I had to use the typical CO2 inflator or compressor.
For mountain wheels it may work better.
As a regular pump it performs well.