It's the off-season and I'm engaged in a minor reboot of my top shelf bike, the uber-comfortable and (I think) beautiful steel-framed Gunnar Roadie. Generally that means seeking out ~one dollar per gram weight reductions, like the obvious choice of a $50 full carbon fork from Neuvation (saving 150g over the current fork) and the slightly harder choice of a $75 Thomson X2 stem (saving only 50g over my X4, but I'm pretty sure I can sell the X4 for at least $25 on eBay or find at least $25 worth of use for it on another bike). It also means replacing the trusty Cane Creek S2 headset, which still works fine but is now seven years and maybe 12000 miles old and has earned its retirement.
One planned change, which is almost purely aesthetic, is to swap the Grand Bois 28c tires for Schwalbe Ultremo ZX. But if I'm going that way, how about going a step further and converting to tubeless? For the Gunnar use model -- lots of miles on road surfaces of varying quality in non-race conditions -- tubeless seems to be a natural fit. Damon is one of the many who swear by it.
As of June 2013, Schwalbe offers those tires in a tubeless option. A few other Schwalbe factory links: (1), (2). I'm having a hard time finding the 28cs in stock, but I've seen them advertised, and at least this website has them purports to be selling the Schwalbe One Tubeless in 28c, though the pull-down menu lists them as "not yet available."
What's kept me from going tubeless so far? I'm not willing to buy new wheels just for the purpose, and I'm not willing to do so now either. But the various work-arounds do not seem obvious -- there are rim strips, glues, valves, sealants; it quickly gets overwhelming. So here's the question: what parts/supplies are required for me to make this switch? Can I just buy the "Stan's Notubes" kit (marketed for Cyclocross) and follow the directions?
There are a few generally helpful videos out there; here is an example. Any further wisdom in the comments would be most appreciated!