I've also boostinated a few times with similar experience. Definitely get a kit that requires re-dishing, if one is available. Your shifting won't be perfect on the kits that don't allow/require re-dishing, especially on 12 speed, which is really sensitive to position and b-screw setup. This is because it pushes the cogs inward a few MM vs spec.
On my Hope Pro 2 evos that I'm currently running, I originally used the Hope kit. It was never quite right, so I tossed that kit in the bin after I went 12 speed SRAM and got the better Wolf Tooth, re-dished, life is good with perfect shifting. Been flogging these hubs for years, there's no downside to boosting old hubs when done right.
Another wheelset, Hadleys with DH rims, heavy rubber + inserts, the only option is the Hadley kit that doesn't require dishing. Shifting is meh, but since it's a shuttle/park set, that's ok since I just optimize it for the smaller half of the cogset.