I've gone back to glueing for now, but only because the tape's relatively heavy. It sticks well enough, makes aligning/straightening the tub easy, and is not at all difficult to remove in a roadside repair, though you do end up with a messy ball of it to dispose of responsibly. I had to do this recently and the tape also left behind some random patches of adhesive residue on the rim which may have helped the spare tub (which also had a coating of Mastik One) to adhere to it. Nowhere near as effective as layer of glue, I imagine, and not exactly an evening coating -- it might just as easily have all come off completely. I'm not a fan of the smell when working with it indoors, either. I have Campagnolo wheels without eyelet holes in the rim bed, which make glueing about as painless as it can get. But for other wheels where glueing is (slightly) more challenging, and for which weight -- and possibly rolling resistance, which is said to be higher with tapes that have some 'give'-- is of no importance, the tape's convenience makes it worth keeping around.