Hey guys, how's it going. I am new to the forum. I just picked up a 2020 Jeep Gladiator with the max tow package a few months ago and I love this truck. This truck does everything and I am at the point in which I need to make some modifications to either the truck or my trailer to make it easier to use at the track. Its a Premier 18 ft dual axle trailer with a soft dovetail in the back which works perfectly as it is easier to load than any other trailer I have used in the past with cars that don't have a lot of ground clearance. My current setup has two 12 volt AGM deep cycle batteries connected in parallel with Harbor Freight 5000 LB winch. This is a basic setup that works perfectly well. I have a battery meter connected to it to monitor the charge and voltage as well. The batteries go weeks without getting charged and I usually charge when they get to 50 percent but usually before that. I have attached a picture of my current setup. My issue is that I want to get more out of my trailer at the track. I would love to have an inverter to be able to charge camera equipment, tools, and have access to the convenience of having electricity readily available at the track. I would also like to run additional led lighting for the trailer that can be used while at the track. I have a power drive 1500 watt inverter already laying around in the shop that I can use. I haven't wired an inverter before so I wanted to see what everyone thought of the idea and what they could pitch in as far as what they think is possible for this setup and what their ideal way to do this setup would be if they were in my shoes. I am currently running two batteries in the trailer right now and they are each 12v 75ah each. I do have two more identical batteries that I could add to the setup to make it 4 batteries. I have a few concerns with the setup and the first one is in regards to wiring 4 of these batteries together. I don't know if it's too many batteries and I should instead try to get a single larger battery or 2 larger batteries instead of going to the four UB12750 batteries ran in parallel. My second concern is in regards to the connections of the batteries themselves. Is the setup that I'm doing ok to continue to add 2 more batteries to or should I change the connection style and the terminals to a different setup. My third concern is in regards to power consumption. Will my possible 2 or 4 battery setup be able to keep up with the amount of power this inverter will draw. My truck has a 240 amp alternator from the factory so I could use the truck as a charger but would I get away with running a generic solar charging unit on top of the trailer as I want to add tool storage and a tire rack on the trailer and I could easily fit a decent solar panel on top of the boxes and it would be a lot more convenient for the trailer to be functional without having to connect the truck and run it to charge the battery. Let me know what you guys think and how you would run this setup, in my place.