I do a lot of travelling as well and I must admit that the Traveller Speedster delivered :-)
I got my first one from Guitar Center in NY. Of the three that I tried, only the one i got had dead straight neck and acceptable side fret finish. I gave her as a present to a very good friend of mine who travels much more than I do. She's compact, light and the Candy Apple Red Metallic version is eye-catching. The neck is a 22-fret gibson scale, but the tuners are not too sturd- cannot handle big bends. I just keep in mind that when I play, so she stays in-tune.
Being satisfied by her playability (not much from the sound), I got my second one (the one that I still have) from Singapore. Again, out of the two that the store carried, I chose the one set up best.
I chanched the original single-sized humbucker with a single Tone Zone. The sound changed BIG TIME!!!! I even challenged a friend of mine who played a re-issue Gibson Les Paul ;-). Tons of mids and sustain. But maybe I was lucky enough.
Still carry her around for practice and in a few gigs she was my life-saving lady, like when I broke my A string on my Modulus - Floral - Villex Floral Jem :-D
Still I would suggest to try one hands-on to get a properly set Traveller Guitar
The site and specs are here