I have a Travoy. I have used it on a couple S24O trips, but I don't think it is well-suited to touring. My main complaint with the Travoy is the polymer sheet that covers the frame. It makes for a great commuting and in-town trailer, but that sheet acts as a serious parachute. One would think that the trailer is mostly in the draft, so it shouldn't matter. But it adds up.
Also, the Travoy has a capacity of 60 pounds. Above 35 - 40 pounds, the trailer really makes itself known. The frame starts to flex and it just doesn't feel "right." I can't quantify it better than that, but I wouldn't want to do 100 miles with the trailer loaded for touring. I will say that the trailer still remained stable at ~50 pounds and cornered like a champ, even at "speed." It is definitely the best handling trailer I ever owned.
If it was the only trailer I had and I insisted on touring with a trailer, the Travoy certainly would work. But there are better touring trailers out there.