Yes worked fine for me (was my first attempt at tubeless to). Wheels came with the blue tubeless compatible strip fitted and the valve so I used those along with Stans sealant.
Used a High Roller 2.35 LUST on the front (bugger to get on) and a Mud-X TR 2.0 on the back (went on easy).
Just followed a few tips I'd read...
1). Stuck the tyre on and soaped it up without using sealant
2). Suspended wheel via workstand to make it easier to work on
3). Inflated tyre to see if it sealed OK without wasting sealant (it did with only a small leak at the valve), on the High Roller I had to pull the tyre up/away from the rim (at the valve) to get it to catch enough to start inflating. On the Mud-X I just pumped quickly and it made a seal straight away.
4). Left for 10 mins
5). Deflated tyre, unseated a section from the rim and poured in a couple of scoops of sealant
6). Re-inflated tyre (after re-soaping) and shook the sealant around then rotated it slowly sloshing the sealant so it completely coated the inside of the tyre
Noticed a slight leak (small bubbles of sealant) on one of the tyres around the valve the following day but just shook the sealant around the area for a minute and it's not leaked since.
Only ridden them a couple of times but they seem fine, although still getting used to the hollow sound the tyres occasionally make which sounds weird and keeps making me think they've gone flat ;p
Also surprised by the amount of grip from the Mud-X at Cwm Carn and Afan (expected it to be a bit pants over rocky sections, it's a bit odd on the chicken wire on White's though as the knobs jsut fit in the gaps and catch a bit) but I only fitted it as it was the only half-decent tubeless ready tyre I could get hold of quickly at the time, since bought a Maxxis Advantage to replace it with (although in no particular hurry to)