See no sense to spend my time trying to do floppy support. All info on them obsolete and serve only to funny memory: how it was 20 years ago.
not if you have to work on say a specilized 1 of a kind computer and you need a floppy support to work on/update the bios. say this computer is proprietary and runs a super expensive autmated machine that costs 10s of thousands of dollars to repalce.
I actualy had a job like that in past year or two. it would have costthe cleint $25,000 USD to replace the machine. it wasn' any thing fancy, it was custom proprietaty mobo witha pentium 4 cpu.
also archivla purpouses of i havea ton of old games on floppies.
I do have a DDR3 LLGA775 mobo with floppy and IDE. it's like my legacy machine. it can play the latest games yet i can still use it towork with old mediums when ineed to. it's kind of the best of both worlds.
I've seen some of thos but, i don't think they let you convert internal flopy to USB in the tradional sense, i don't think it implents its a USB floppy but, rather works mainly/just for imaging purposes. i'm gonna look over them a little further.