Road Morph is the ticket for touring. I just did a tour, and for 2 weeks, no problems, then the last day I had 4-6 wheel changes. Lost count. With a quick stick, and the TPRM, zero dread factor. I hear some good things about TP on durability, over at rivendall they were rating them equal to zefal, though they don't have the RM model (which I find hard to understand). I don't consider tham a replacement for a regular floor pump, they aren't "that" easy to use.
I have a dead cheap tubular steel pump I got from Nashbar decades ago, Unfortunately it just has a Presta valve end on it. But it is very easy, so much so, I don't see why people are making all these super pumps.
For getting home, something less stealable would be better, meaning possibly cheaper, I have an Old Zefal mountain mini pump which is awful to use, but compact and I don't care who takes it. This is one of those ugle afairs where you attach it to the stem, and then work like crazy not to rip it off while pumping. I saw a tip that showed leaning the bike against a wooden stop sign type post, and bracing the hand against that for stability. Don't know why I was too stupid to figure that one out for myself.