Greg, Regardless of which mount you choose, a couple of comments regarding the wheels ...
When going across streets and such larger and softer wheels tend to work better than smaller diameter harder ones. The hard ones are great on really smooth concrete and such (garage or in and out of the house on smooth floors) but become an issue as soon as the "terrain" turns rough (even though it's still hard) and when there are any sort of transitions (over any lawn or road to side walk to driveway for example).
Any wheeled setup also needs to be well attached to the tripod. Bungie cords are sometimes ok but it's much better to use solid tie down straps. It's astonishing how fast a scope can start to tip when mounted on wheels so you also have to watch it like a hawk when you are moving it ... don't take your eyes off of it when rolling down the driveway and across the road.
Here again larger softer wheels make a real difference (they seem to absorb some of the shock and don't tend to cause a tip quite as quickly). Yes they don't look as nice but they really do work better (and help to keep your stress levels in check).
Edited by mclewis1, 10 June 2020 - 10:01 AM.