It's hard to tell. I know it can be done.
Let me tell you what I learned from my move that resulted in all my fish dying.
The movers did not use heaters in the fish bucket and it was 40 degrees outside. Even though they were in the house, they got cold.
They just placed them in the tank without thinking about temperature. Ultimately, it was discovered that they kept the tank w/o PWC
's and the nitrates were >300. so, the new sW
I had mixed was not good for them.
I wouldn't worry about the LR
and soft corals. If they are kept submerged you should be fine. Now I can't speak to sps
I think if you can managed to transport all livestock in containers and account for temperature and keep them submerged, you should be okay. Have some new water ready as well.
Oh, the sand bed will need to be scrapped I you did a DSB
in your DT. stirring that will cause a cycle.