Once my lipo arrived, I realized charging outside in 100+ temps might be a bad idea, at least in a metal box that might be 150F.
So looking aroung the house, I realized the fireplace is a pretty good place for fires.
So I'm just using the hearth, and putting the spark screen in front of it. anything really bad happens, I can always poke it into the firebox. I heat the house solar now, and rarely use the fireplace even in winter. As soon as I start charging, I look at the voltage at cell level, and can stop if one is really low. So nothing bad should be happening.
I still need to get a battery medic so I can check before charging. If my charges allow that, I haven't yet learned how, but it is easy to check em at the start of the charging.
I'm liking the chargers. Not sure if they are the best, but they sure are smarter than the ping chargers I've had. I like it that they can charge pretty much anything you have. I haven't tried to adjust the top of charge down some, if it can be. Sounds like a good idea to undercharge a bit, even though I most likely will be losing them to old age, or track abuse rather than cycles.
For a power supply, it's working ok to use an old half dead sla to run both chargers at the same time, while it is hooked up to a dumb 12v 6 amp battery charger I've had for about 20 years. Hooking it straight to the 12v dumb charger didn't work, not good enough current. But once attached to the sla to smooth it out, it works fine.