Well, how many are we talking about here? And why do you need to tour with many?
Most will have road cases with slots--and venues will often use road boxes or shelfs with the soft packing foam around them.. FWIW I did see one show use the Packing Boxes you buy at the Moving Supplies Stores that are designed with foam padded slots to hold Dinner Plates & China, used for S4 Par lenses.. Not sure how they fared on the road, but it was an interesting off the shelf idea and seemed pretty sturdy for general in-house use idea....
Hmmm... Though remember that the lenses are MUCH more forgiving than say Leko lenses. These are floodlight lenses, not precision ground projection lenses. These are also probably the boxes in which the lenses were shipped.The plastic Tupperware boxes are a good idea. Another not so smart way that I have seen lenses stored up as are in card board boxes about the size of the lenses. The lenses are just stacked on top of the next and that makes for a risky situation, if any sharp material is stuck in between 2 lenses, it will scratch them up both.
Gee, that brand sounds familiar... and I'm darned glad I didn't have to build the fixtures as that was also considered. Could be done, was not cost effective given the amount of time I will have had between the origional concept, hemming and hawing and the final can you get it done in time at the last minute norm. This as with just buying the Mole Richardson 12-lite PAR 64 fixtures and or certain important parts for them which will also have been difficult to get in time.Just as I side note.... I saw on their website that Bardwell and McAlister has a 6 or 12 light fays using the HPL's. Infact, they just started making a space light using HPL lamps as well. Interesting.
On their website they also say that the Police tour is using their 12-light HPL fays.