Not trying to be negative but, you invested in this more as a learning experience and hobby project more than an investment project?
Would you says its relatively mobile? The reason I havent jumped at the opportunity to mount PVS on my roof is that I figure the time I'm going to need them the most is right after a natural disaster. There's most likely would be a hurricane and I don't think some solar panels would survive the wind and debris. Might lose the whole roof right? So, the heaviest components, batteries, would need to be protected from rain, flood, and flying debris which I don't think would be especially difficult. Getting the panels down and protected quickly and safely would be more challenging right? Have you made any considerations for this? Are the panels light? If I were to try setup a system my goal would be to have the panels taken down and protected during the event and possibly setup in the yard after. Preferably concealed from the street or vantage points. If I don'tgot a roof then iI'll set it up in my living room. I'm anticipating power would be a precious commodity at that point, something I would not want to advertise by remounting to my roof.
I live far from the coast (well relatively), and am not planning on moving. The resources my family requires would be too cumbersome to be moving around with. Plus the pets situation. And where would I go anyway? Its an island. So, primarily interested on your ideas on moving the panels and if its a logical concept. Thanks.