Are you looking to transport your gear for a week's travel, or do you want something for daytripping?
The Sage DXL Rolling Duffel
is popular with the destination travel crowd. A lot of my friends have this. My only negative is that the tube for a 4 piece 9'6" or 10' rod will have to be placed diagonally.
For daytripping or car travel, I would use a wader and gear bag and a multiple rod tube. At least with the tubes, you can find them sized. A 33" long tube will fit 4 piece rods up to 10' in length. Sage
makes one with a 4" diameter. That will cover your rods. I am sure that Fishpond
has something, too.
As for wader and gear bags, Simms, Fishpond, Sage and a few other brands have them.
edit: The back of my Outback is my luggage. Reels, accessories, and extra clothing get stuffed into a Mountainsmith messenger bag. Waders, boots, and rod tubes get scattered. I think that I need some organization, too. For long travel, I have an old G Loomis rolling duffel that has four built in rod tubes. I used to do everything with an extra large North Face expedition duffel.