I have 9 years with tubliss front and rear. I have three sets of wheels (dual sport, hard terrain, soft terrain). I used to have tubliss in both sets of my off road wheels, but recently converted back to UHD tubes for my hard terrain set. I get about 30% more flats with tubliss than I do with HD tubes and In hard terrain, the speeds are typically faster and I want more pressure in the tires anyway (12+ psi), so the low pressure option of tubliss didn’t really matter. I am still running tubliss in my soft terrain set, but I’m considering switching those over to UHD tubes also. The flats with tubliss are usually quick and simple to fix, but I have had a handful that plugs wouldn’t work on so I had no option but to replace the whole tire regardless of how much tread life it had left. IMO, changing tires with tubliss is about 3x easier than it is with tubes. I only loose about 4 psi per month in the high pressure tubes so you may what to check the valve stems or something if you are loosing pressure at about 4 times the rate I am.