Hello! I am concerned with the original configuration of the main electrical feeds into the battery box of the new camper and I'm hoping for a sanity check on my thoughts: The cables enter the battery box between the top of the box and the cover. Here is a visual: https://imgur.com/FkmprB1 This makes it so these battery leads are "just" long enough to reach the battery (not really big deal) but the bigger concern is that this also seems to have created enough tension so that the cable jackets have "nicks" in them due to rubbing against the battery support rails outside of the box. The picture also has two arrows pointing to these spots. (This camper hasn't even been used once yet!) So I am thinking that I would like to drill a hole in the bottom of the battery box so that these leads don't have to "squish" between the battery box and cover which will also give the leads a little extra slack in the box itself? And it seems the bottom would be best for weather protection? And I could add duct seal into the opening after the cables are in place? And as a final measure, I could add some split-flexible conduit around the cables outside of the battery box? And also an added measure, I was also thinking of securing these battery leads to insulated junction posts (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07B44F4ZW) inside the box so the main battery leads are permanently in place and then add a jumper lead over to the battery? Does this seem overkill or unnecessary? Thank you!