This is how you feel about the bearing removal
I decided to order Enduro BRT-002 since it is well know company and i think they have a thing going here.
I will never use a rubber mallet and knock bearings out again. Actually no knocking, not a slide hammer device either.
Not on this frame anyway.
EDIT: I have changed headset at my Ti frame a few times. This is another story. It is much easier and i used a special wood-stick and a hammer.
This actually was better then my bought tool. But for a 700 gram carbon frame with thin walls.... No way!
yet you chose this route:
The design of this tool, rests on the face of bearing cup and puts pressure on it while you twist the threaded section to pull the bearing out.
With a direct fit frame you will need to be more careful about the amount of pressure you apply, as the there are no bearing cups.
In a direct fit , the tool rests diretly against the frame, if the bearing does not move easily, there is a chance the softer carbon could be cosmeticly damaged as you screw down the extractor, as that would give first.
I think you just need to go slow and at times back out the extractor to see if any damaged has occurred, before proceeding. It will be difficult to notice if the tool is gouging the frame surface as you might think it is pulling the bearing but in fact it is going the other way as you tighten the extractor.
It's certainly your choice and your frame but do let us know how it works out and whether or not the tool leaves any marks on the frame.