Well, I'm using a Kenton USB Solo to sync up with my modular. But even that's sometimes a nightmare. Getting it to natively send clock reset messages when I hit "play" in Logic has been impossible (at least, with my Eurorack sequencer-of-choice). My current workaround involved using one of the Kenton's aux outputs as a gate triggered by midi CC #2 or #3, and just drawing in a quick breath controller spike into a midi region (that outputs to the Kenton) right at the end of every say 4 bars. That way, even if it starts out of sync, the sequence will will be reset to the proper starting point 4 bars in, and stay in sync until I stop/start again.
This is dizzying and annoying, and I've been (probably undeservedly) crusty about midi hardware for a while because of it.
The midi interface you linked looks decent, if limitied. But if it does what you need it to, then how can you not, for the price?
I just bought this audio interface for live performances; it's dirt cheap for a Thunderbolt interface, and... it does what it says on the box. At the price, I won't cry when someone inevitably spills beer on it, so what's not to love?
I should imagine you'll feel similarly about that midi interface, but i have no familiarity with the company.