I used one of those janky ebay CF>IDE adapters in my B&W, with a bit of finagling. It wouldn't work set to master or slave, but CS worked. It's on the primary IDE by itself and a DVDRW is on the secondary IDE by itself. DVDRW is set to CS as well. I was able to install Jaguar & Tiger from CD no...
hmm, I put my superdrive into an 800k housing too, and you know what? the SE it came from won't boot with it connected externally.
I doubt it but maybe the cable in the housing is wired differently than the internal connector? Strange coincidence.
I added 2 additional models to the quadra files based on a twitter comment, I present the iici version along with it's button insert! Uses the same lid and fan holder as the q700 model. https://www.dropbox.com/s/tgif4inyhqzsggj/MicroQuadra700.zip?dl=0
Just thought about this thread watching the latest Computer Clan video - and it looks like the prototype G3 imac doesn't have the unpopulated floppy pins, but does have and ADB connector on board
Thought it was funny that they added the floppy port on a later revision if it indeed was not there. :)
What size fan is this for? 80mm? I might give it a shot. My SE has a 80mm fan and part of a PC PSU shell for a mounting bracket. Kind of shotty looking on the inside.
I also (regretably) removed the shroud from the back case
Doesn't seem like there is much room for additions on the board layout, but I'd imagine baking in a modified mac plus> PS/2 keyboard adapter (http://www.synack.net/~bbraun/mackbd/index.html thanks to @bbraun) would be a welcome addition!