Hi, I am planning a power and water system for an off grid cabin. have about $5k to spend on everything (pump, pipe, wiring, battery bank, CC, inverter, BMS) and want to use the funds wisely. so, the plan is to pump water from the well (80 ft) which is located in a winter-shaded spot, up to a tank on a hill about 3-400' away, and gravity feed to the cabin which is in between the two. ideally the solar panels would go up on the hill as well as there is much better winter sun up there. question is, what pump setup would be best suited to this? total head from bottom of well to the tank will be about 150-180 ft, distance from panels to well about 3-400 ft. I don't see it as ideal to run DC that far for a dc pump. should I get a grundfos SQ and run it off the inverter? or just live with the low solar exposure at the well head and put dedicated panels closer to the well? 2-300 gallons per day would be more than enough, especially in winter. so I don't need a high volume pump. it's deep enough that I don't want to put in a cheapie and have to replace it frequently. if using an SQ, is the grundfos control box (another $400) required, or could I use something simpler to switch it off when the tank is full? just go manual control? it's possible that eventually it will get used to supply an automated irrigation system for a small garden in summer, but there's decent sun at the well in summer. Any thoughts are appreciated!