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I must be out of the loop. Are there rechargeable 1.5V lithium AAs? Maybe one of the problems Canon is fighting is people accidentally using the 3.7V lithium batteries which are similar to AA batteries.
I did not see anything about rechargeable. the Lithium batteries can be used by adding two dummy batteries so that they provide about the same voltage to the flash. They store more power, and last longer. Canon is merely saying that some of them overheat due to the high current a flash uses. Its not likely to be a issue unless you are really using the flash heavily.
It has nothing to do with external battery units or Eneloop or li-on.