Thinking more about it, Tembo Tusk needs to start selling a premium version of the skottle kit: twist together legs, eyebolts with 2/3rds of the threads removed for faster mounting, and a drop-down mounting solution that allows the burner to maintain a nice, low simmer. I'd pay 50% more for those options.
We just returned from a 9 day CO trip where we flew in, rented an RV, then flew back. I packed my skottle legs in a checked bag and carried the rest on in the BROG bag. Lugging the disk around the airport was a little inconvenient, but we had no issues with security and I was so happy to be able to cook outside while we were there.