Although some might disagree, I always run street pressures when street riding. It keeps the tire cooler (important with tubes) and the tire's designed to operate at those pressures.
35 front, 38 rear, or in that area anyway.
As far as running a tubless tire on a rim that requires a tube, no problems.. The only issue is that tubeless tires are a bit tougher to break the bead in case of a flat.
My last set of Anakees were a hodge podge of issues.. The front is a bias tire, while the rear is radial (that's how they're designed) and I ran them at street pressures unless I was riding any extended periods off road, where I took them down to 18psi.
Also, remember that even though they're considered tubeless, it's because they're designed to be compatable with tubeless rims. There's no problem running them on tube style rims..
Enjoy, and we'd like a report on how you like them!!