So I went out for a half day ride today. On the way back I hit a bump and WHAM, my battery came flying off the bike and bounced/slid down the asphalt trail I was on. Scratched all to hell and back. I rode for hours without realizing that I failed to lock it down with the key. I slide it back in and rode straight home. No internal damage it seems (just cosmetic) since it got me back and charged up fine. That was a lesson learned for me today and one which I want to share with all of YOU. From now on I am leaving the battery locked on the bike and charging it on the bike. After I charged it I sanded down on the gouges and scratches with coarse to ultra-fine sand paper. I then cleaned it and taped off everything I didn't want to cover with plastidip. I painted it with multiple coats of plastidip (black of course, although orange would look good too). It came out pretty well if I say so myself. The plastidip seem to cover most of the damage so the battery looks much better now. I'm sure 10 coats of the stuff would make it look like new, but I didn't have the time nor patience. My question to the community is this: Does anyone know if we can purchase the dolphin battery case seperately? Without the internals of course. I'm pretty sure that the manufacturer doesn't sell it since they don't want the end user taking the battery apart to cause a fire or worse.