Coming along nicely!
Just also bought this one: http://www.ebay.co.u...984.m1438.l2649
I couldn't resist it as I am needing to drive down that way soon for a family celebration so I can call in and collect on the way.
I have modified my backplate design a little and that should be with me in the next week or so and will also be the basis for a new laser hive product line.
Basically I have made a complete backplate outline which, though I am cutting it for my own mobo pattern, I will easily be able to adapt for a standard ATX rectangular IO pattern. That new plate will then be bondable to the original back so it can be blended in to the original plate and allow the user to either keep the original handle mechanism (or get rid of it) and to either keep the original small holes on the "wide" side of the cube or get rid of them. If the user wants to get rid of them it will then be an easy conversion to add a wider (more open) mesh for higher airflow if wanted - which is what I'll be doing to mine.
This will be a new design to add to my website and it will be able to be ordered with custom re-positioning of the rectangular ATX IO to wherever the modder wants to put it - all I will need to ask for customising is the relative position of the bottom left corner of the ATX shield.
It won't be a full conversion kit (there are too many different ways of Cube modding to be able to do that). But it will let people have an easy way to tidy up their own backplate, it will add a few more millimetres of wiggle room front to back for PicoPSUs and it will give choice and an easy way to customise the air paths by opening new ones up or closing some off. I am aiming at a price point of just £18 for the plate to retail to the customer and it will be a special order item because of the need for the plate to have the ATX shield in the place of user choice (and also to account for either full height or half height ITX shields).