I'm trying it . . .
My old-school, former-euro-pro, still-elite-level-cyclocross-racer coach told me to ABSOLUTELY use the (standard) Tufo tape for my brand new tubulars. He uses it exclusively, and doesn't believe in the "Belgian method" of using glue and tape. He said the standard tape works better for low-temp CX applications; he uses the "extreme" tape for the warmer road season.
The key to Tufo tape's success, from what I've gleaned, is to use it only with Tufo tires, which have a stitchless basetape that better adheres to the glue tape. And then there's also the common sense stuff like making sure the rim is clean of any oils or contaminants before applying the tape, etc.
He said he's never rolled a tire in many years of elite-level CX racing. But he does adhere to the Tufo-only tire policy (which is fine by him; his favorite tires are Tufo Elites).
I'm fairly heavy at 185 pounds, and I like keeping the pressures low (<35psi), so I may be a bit of an extreme example. I'll report back with any news, good or bad.