I’ve been using a Zebra on my Mini for a few weeks. It takes a little getting used to, but works quite well. As it’s not glued down, it’s not as level as PEI is. That’s not a big deal for most people, but for some uses it could be a problem. I’ve printed over the whole thing now, and I don’t have problems once I dialed in the z-offset. The auto-leveling on the Mini complicates it a bit, but you won’t have that issue on a Taz.
I’ve printed HIPS, ABS, and PETG on it. Everything sticks well, once I got the offset and temperatures dialed in right. It releases easier than PEI, and so far I haven’t had to remove it and flex it to get parts removed. If you get one, start with lower bed temps than you are used to. Apparently, too high can cause parts to become stuck far too well. I have found setting the software to about 60C works well. For the same reason, start a little further away than you would with PEI. It doesn’t seem to need the first layer quite as smashed down as PEI does.
I’ve got it held down with 4 binder clips, “medium” size from Office Max. It seems to hold well. On a Taz, you might be able to get a couple more on it if you need them.