I use the puffy shelf liner
. works between plates as well although I don't do that. I have a mixture of old & new Corelle. My 4 tea cups (Corelle) and 4 glass beer steins (DollarTree) ride in a soda tray that used to hold 2 liter pepsi bottles (I used a Dremel to cut pieces out the centers to allow the handles of the tankards to fit in the tray). The trays are also handy to carry anything glass like food in glass jars... quart size canning jars fit nicely as well. I have little circles of the shelf liner in the bottom of the soda crate. I don't worry about my Corelle breaking. I've been bouncing it around since the 1990's (it's mostly my old camping plates from the popup). Other stuff I do line with the puffy stuff. I buy it from DollarTree, Wal-Mart etc. Most any place is cheaper than camping world. I have found the puffier the better it cushions. I bought a huge roll of the stuff (clearance aisle) from Wal-mart about a year ago. I'm still working on lining stuff. A cutting board (poly type) can be cut down to just fit in a drawer on top of the flatware. Keeps the flatware from bouncing out all over the place. Remember to clip a corner or drill a "finger hole" to be able to pull the cutting board out.
We also use those little thin bungie cords that you tend to buy in little canisters. Handy to have. Lamps, etc have a small mending plate or "L" bracket screwed to the base then the bracket is screwed to a wall or countertop. A few things get laid on the bed. I working on getting everything to where they are always secured or have a secure "stowed" place. I've gotten to the point to where if it's too much hassle, then I don't want it.
Look at images of food trucks, boat galleys, mobile repair trucks, anything that moves. You can get ideas from lots of places. Lots of stuff can be held down securely with brackets, clips, magnets, velcro and french cleats. Think outside the box. Go into a hardware store and look at the section with mirror/picture hanging hardware, window locks, hinges, barrel bolts. One of our commonly used things is a small hinge with a removable pin. We pull the hinge pin, toss it and replace with a longer heavy solid wire (those steel spring wires use to hold insulation batts between floor joists are great... cut to length with a hacksaw AFTER bending a "pull hook" in it). Makes a good lock for a cabinet door. Use to "pin" an item to the wall. We used a couple to hold the flat screen LCD TV to the face of the fireplace mantle. The TV will swing out on one side from the mantle so that we can hook up cabling to it or we can pull the pins from the hinges on both sides and completely lift the TV off the wall. I made knock-down boxes that uses the small hinges with steel wire pins to hold them together. You can use full size door hinges with those skinny metal tent stakes as removable pins.
My goal is to be able to pull out in less than 1 hour. I got the pop-up set up like that when we had it, I don't see why I can't get the bus to that point either. It's just a matter of planning and tossing anything that is causing problems.