I'm not sure truck pack is that important here.I don't disagree ... but what is the practical solution?
The question I keep asking is - would this work as part of my hire inventory, or would I be saying ... it sounds fantast but ... and use another box because it easier, less truck space, less weight, less labour, etc. etc.
Its 22.64" wide, allow another 1.5" for the box walls = 24" ... not a good dimension for a truck pack which are normally based around a 90" truck (4 x 22.5")
Still not sure what the answer is - BUT - I still want some
Don't get me wrong, if you're bringing 16 boxes to a gig, it's important
But I see a speaker like this more aimed at gigs where you bring 4x 2x18", two mains and a pair of front fills.
IME this kind of gigs is currently served with groundstacking 3-4 line source elements. They're easier to handle on their own, but you spend a bit of time rigging them. Flying them takes even more time. If one could make a box that's manageable for two persons to lift on top of a pair of dual 18" you save a lot of setup time. I always wanted EAW to make a road version of QX5, I've done a couple of gigs with that ground stacked, it's a killer solution in terms of audio quality and SPL, but it's an install box so no handles, need to make some kind of cradle for it etc. Not very practical.
I could be wrong, truck pack is too important and that there is no marked for a box like that.
On the other hand, I did a multi location gig for a production company before everything was shut down. For one of the stages they brought out their old rig, 2xKF750 over 2xSB750 a side. In about the same time as three persons could level out and erect a pair of small towers to fly 4 line source elements, we had gotten the PA in place and had started laying down speaker cables.