I have used that one and a Nurtural No-Bit bridle
. I really enjoy them! No, you don't have as much control as a bit IMO, but most horses still respond well. There's usually not much learning curve if your horse gives to pressure on the halter.
I will recommend that you use your own reins if you go with a Biothane or Nylon bridle. The synthetic reins are just funky and the biothane a "slippery" IME. I just use my own English reins (flat with hand-stops) or cotton braided reins.
I use mine for trail riding, hacking, and when friends ride my mare. She has a nice soft mouth and is very responsive. With the BB, I don't have to worry about noisy hands or accidental yanks on the reins.