I have 12 Canon camera bodies (e.g. film bodies like the AE-1, A1, T90, EOS 1N, and digital bodies like the 20D, 5D, and 7D), about 4 'irregular' camera bodies like a Rolleiflex and a Brownie box camera, and a couple of bridge cameras. Along with those cameras I have about 17 lenses (smaller FD lenses (50mm, 28mm) and larger EOS lenses (24-70, 70-200)). In addition to that, a number of accessories such as flashes (typical 1960s/1970s sizes, plus two Speedlites (430EX, 580EX)), about 50 filters (42mm up to 77mm; median is 58mm), two tripods and two tripod heads, and about 1.5 cubic feet of other assorted accessories.
My question is fairly simple, but is taking me a long time to answer: What is the best way to store this equipment? Is there a storage system that works well for photographic equipment?
The storage method will be semi-stationary - it will occasionally be moved around the house, and it may be taken on trips. That said, is there an argument for having a storage method for home (e.g. large metal cabinet) and a separate one for travel (e.g. large camera backpack)
Will Pelican Air cases work for this? (Does Pelican sell additional foam dividers?) Are there other methods (or brands) that I've overlooked? My budget is less than $1000 USD. It would be good if the cases were airtight and watertight.
Thank you for any suggestions.
Edit: I saw the answers to the other question (What are good schemes for storing photo equipment at home?), but the answers lack specific recommendations (e.g. "buy Pelican Air cases with foam dividers for xyz reasons"). A number of answers make recommendations that are applicable across higher level recommendations (and using different case types would not invalidate the advice). Basically, I'm looking for a fairly specific plan, up to and including a particular model of case (which is why I was fairly specific about the equipment I had). Thank you again.