Even though the Travoy is marketed for commuting and errands, I think enough time has gone by where someone might have tried touring with it. I've owned a Burley Nomad for a few years now, and coupled with their cargo rack accessory, it makes for a fine trailer.
But a huge part of touring for me is using local gyms to workout, shower, regroup etc., and the Nomad cannot fit into a normal gym locker. I usually have to ask if I can stash it in an office or closet somewhere. The Travoy would be perfect to quickly break down and fit into the average locker. As I said, I base my tours around the function of gyms when they are available, not only for working out, but for the respite they offer.
I am curious to know how much wind resistance the tall configuration of the Travoy creates. By design, that one can't be avoided with the Travoy, but I want to know to what degree and if it is acceptable at all for longer trips. The other concerns would be the small wheel size and cargo capacity.