Because Icom radios are rated at 13.8 V DC ±15% input (11.73 V DC to 15.87 V DC), I'm a bit concerned about the nominal 13.2 V four-cell LiFePo4 battery's terminal voltage being a bit low. That only provides a 1.47 volt reduction in battery output voltage before reaching the lower limit of Icom's specification. I'm wondering of a five-cell LiFePo4 battery with a terminal voltage of 16.5 volts would be high enough to cause damage to, say, and Icom IC-718? That's only 0.63 volts too high.
So, I'd end up with a moderately sized Pelican case, a 33.1 Lbs 19.9 X 27.2 X 2.8 In folding solar panel, a 3 lb 16" antenna bag, and perhaps a computer tablet. Such a station should be robust enough to provide reliable 24 hour communications despite occasional overcast and ~1.5 hours talk time through the night, and with bright sun, fully recharged in ~6 hours the next day.
What am I missing?