my 2 cents.
with the changing tires and rim designs standards are a real mess right now. but in general stick to ETRTO compliant rims and tires.
I really struggled to get vittoria corsa 2.0's to mount to my Zipp 353s and 454s (hookless). had to use levers, soap and a compressor to get them on and to seat. after that they went flat within minutes without sealant.
obviously with sealant all is well.
the above said, i love them. they are very compliant and comfortable ride.
i just fitted a set of Goodyear eagle F1 28mm to the 454's to test them out. i was able to put them on with just my hands and seat them with a floor pump. they also held pressure for a full 24 hours without sealant(i pumped them to 4 bar and they were still round but softish the next day). all good signs
Riding them they are not as compliant and comfortable as the Vittoria Corsa 2.0s but keep in mind they cost half the price.
i sold a set of 25mm F1s to a friend who really struggled to get them on his non-tubeless clincher bontrager carbon rims. he even called to say he was struggling. hence why i bring up the tire and rim standards being a mess.
I have tried the pirelli p zeros and had 10 flats in 10 rides (running tubes). maybe that was poor luck but i got so over punctures i swapped them out immedately for GP5000s
i absolutely love the GP4000 and Gp5000 range of tires. i am a die hard fan. i just never had issues riding them. fast, light, good mileage and decent puncture protection. If they were hookless compatible they would be my go to.
as they are not i have been exposed to other options and am still learning.
i read an article that Giant test tubeless tires on their rims by inflating to 1.5x stated maximum pressure.
there is more to their testing than that but notably the GP5000 and Vittoria Corsa 2.0 failed in those tests...