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Well, I did manage to kill the old version of AIMS 180W/120V/12V pure sine inverter with the Broncolor Opus A4 (3200Ws) at "10" power setting (max. output), after 8 pops or so. The Samlex 600W/120V/24V PST-60S-24A seems to handle max. output fairly well, current draw peaked <40A on the DC side, the battery is a 8S1P LiFePO4 10Ah pack. I wouldn't shoot continuously at max. output on my 600W inverter however. Since my setup is 24V, 6AWG wire seems to be adequate.
Thinking to get the 1kW/220V/24V Chinese made pure sine inverter from ebay later, probably gonna rig that up with a 8S1P LiFePO4 16Ah pack. It's likely the inverter will blow up though. Furthermore, this requires the power pack to be 220V as well, I have no idea if this will work with Bron's multi-voltage (100V-240V) pack. The most ideal configuration seems to be 24VDC-240VAC-maximum efficiency!
And to OP, http://tinyurl.com/6wlsphv the Anderson 120 is a good fit for your setup, and they are cheaper on ebay. 100Ah is indeed overkill for the 1kW inverter, 1200Wh @ 65lb! I looked at that Stanley case in person, not too sure it will handle your 80lb load..it might fall apart after a while. The internal fuses for the 1kW inverter is 4x40A, so the external fuse should have the same or lower amperage of the internal fuses, otherwise, if there's an overload the internal fuse would blow first.