I'm designing a LiFePO4 battery bank for use on a travel trailer. The most cost effective option appears to be the CALB CA series of cells, especially the CA100 and CA180 versions. We don't off-road, but do drive down gravel roads to access USDA/FS or State campgrounds. I'm planning to secure the cells in a custom made aluminum box that I will shock-mount to the trailer frame using rubber isolators. Will Prowse's initial evaluation of these cells said they were great for static bank design but said nothing about RV use. Are CALB CA100/180 cells more, less, or same to damage compared to aluminum bodied cells in thhis sort of application?