Over the past decades I have lost a bit of cookware and dishware in transit due to fragile materials, OR had the car, truck, or camper damaged by say a heavy cast pan not being totally secure. The issue is, and I am very aware, I tend to camp where the roads barely exist, if at all. I don't do rock crawling expeditions, but I do tend to camp on beaches with plenty of washouts, and deep down forest service "roads" that are just slightly better than Jeep trails, so things get jostled. There are some things I have done to try to minimize, or eliminate damage as much as possible... This applies to appliances as well as dishware, cookware. Pots, and pans, each gets a custom, made to fit cover made from Reflectix, E6000 craft glue, and glue on Velcro strips. This works fantastically, except for the Dutch Oven. The legs tend to poke holes through the reflectix. I literally have an old blanket that was in my attic when I bought my house that has been washed many times on sanitary cycle that I wrap up the DO in... Gas / propane lanterns. All Coleman, and I have, and use the Coleman cases for them. The gas lanterns have the padded fabric, the propane has the blow molded plastic. Honestly the gas lanterns seem less likely to break a globe in transit... Dishware. I have one of those 24 piece enameled steel 4 place setting sets. To keep the plates and bowls from getting chipped, I put a piece of cardboard between each piece. The cups get dish towel or hot pad wrapped as does the cutlery. It all gets stuffed in one of those drawstring backpacks from Goodwill. Coleman Camp Coffee Maker. I still have the original glass carafe, it stays at home, I replaced with a replacement Coleman Stainless Steel Carafe for a Quick Pot propane coffee maker. So far no issues. I have the whole thing stowed in a Coleman coffee maker case, which is no longer in production, and even when I got it was very hard to find... I had to special order it directly from Coleman. If I lacked it, I would make something that would work out of Reflectix. Had I actual sewing skills, I would make something out of pack cloth and reflectix... I like the case because I can stow zipper storage bags with enough coffee for a couple of weeks, plus sweetener, and filters in the various pockets on it and keep it all handy. Anyway, if this seems like an endorsement for Reflectix, I guess in a way it sort of is... I tend to like the protection cases provide, but so many items that need to be protected, don't have any sort of case available. Reflectix is relatively inexpensive, super easy to work with, and offers great protection!