I have to say right off the bat that this is one product I am seriously disappointed in. I found a couple of the tapes that I liked and had some wonderful ideas for them but now they just sit all sad on my craft table.
Below is the corner of the book that I had to scrap because as you can see the tape is not re-positionable. It peeled away a layer of the colored cardstock when I went to go move it.
Thinking that maybe it was just the cardstock paper - mind you it was a double sided piece, so it was not a cheap piece of paper to loose out on - I decided to test a different piece of paper. This is just a scrap piece of paper I had laying on my desk. I laid the small piece of tape on it, gave it a gently run over with my finger and then tried to gently peal it off. As you can see that did not succeed with out peeling off some of the paper. So this tape is far from re-positionable.
Okay so it's not re-positionable. You say you can live with that as long as you are careful when you place it. Inking it still gives you plenty of options.
So lets try inking this tape. I laid down a small piece of tape on a piece of scrap paper. Brought out my Tim Holtz Distress Stains and multiple ink pads. The results are the same no matter what you use, the ink beads up and none to very very little color is absorbed. "Ink-friendly" it is not.