Not really, I'm afraid. Blueprints for self-constructing patterns are a dime a dozen -- there's even a link in that list to another RRO design summary at about the same level of detail. None of these hypothetical monstrosities will really be worth writing about in the LifeWiki until somebody does all the hard work of making the theoretical blueprint into an actual pattern.
Also it seems like your blueprint might need a few more details worked out to satisfy the "additional constraint":
Could this design be arranged to allow two copies of the RRO at half the period? It seems like it might be possible, if the LWSS+glider collision can be offset far enough that one copy gets out of the way before the other copy needs to use the same space. (?)LifeWiki wrote:There is the additional constraint that two non-interacting copies of the pattern could be combined into an oscillator with a period equal to exactly half of that of the component oscillators.