Our department is using the Cleveland load very successfully. We have two 1.75 lines preconnected 100' flat and 100' Cleveland, a 2.5" load same lay, and two talus lines of 100' each on a wye to the 2.5 flat load in the back bed.
We are a single company department so staffing shortages are real problems for us. This load proved easy to deploy. The kinking at the doorway was resolved by moving the coils away from the door opening by about 15'. We have also played with the load on stair landings, base of stairs is the stretch will reach the target floor, and in numerous residential settings. We don't have to leave someone at the door for kink control or to feed more hose.
We were using the triple load and after the first few feet in we were calling for someone to feed more hose - especially with the 2.5". Now it walks right in with minimal effort. While we don't advocate water hammers, the rare kinking coil is easily cleared with a quick shut down of the nozzle (but this has been a very rare occurrence for us).
Much easier to load also. Yet we do have speed trays to slide out and load on the ground. Open trays on top of the older reserve are not too difficult, either. But if enclosed load in the transverse area with no top access and no slide out I would be hesitant to try this.