Yes, I like to use the air compressor method simply because I could remove the grips and put on the other clubs without having to buy extra set of grips. Saves a lot of money since I only have to get a few set of grips and rotate them between the sets. All grips need to be replaced in a few years anyway, thus I don't waste any, if a few sets just sitting there most of the time.
If get the correct butt size and proper taping, the air installation will be as good as the old fashioned double sided tape method, plus it will not require solvent.
One other good thing about using the air compressor method is that I could rotate the grip , realign it, if needed .
Particular with the putter grips.
Took me a few years to accept the way of using air compressor to install / remove grips.