CALB 60ah x 120cells = 534lbs... 600A @10C max, 180A @3C cont.
NEB 60ah x 120cells = 457lbs... 1500A @25C max, 300A @5C cont.
NEB pack is 77lbs lighter.
CALB 100ah x 120cells = 900lbs!... 1000A @10C max, 300A @3C cont.
.NEB 100ah x 120cells = 740lbs.... 2500A @25C max, 500A @5C cont.
NEB pack is 160 lbs lighter. That is a good chunk of the weight of a Motor (depending on your motor).
Considering that the Scott Drive 200 system will require 600+A peak and ~200A continuous, that puts the CALB's on their knees. The specs suggest the NEB's could withstand that type of use a lot better.
And then there's the weight thing...
I am seriously considering the NEB's.
Not to give anything away, but if you start talking about 800++ Amp (400v) controllers then the battery field narrows considerably and the CALB's become pretty marginal unless you are building a heavy long-range pack.