Once the campaign is complete you will be able to login to my main site and view your order and modify it. This may mean just confirming shipping address and paying for shipping or adding optional extra and changing the colour.
Two reasons for this, firstly we are not sure of the final weight and size of the package, and secondly the postage will skew the calculation of the target goal and we have calculated this goal and the needs to deliver the best product accurately with room for any changes necessary. We will soon put the estimated prices on the support site AmigaSystems.com
Please look at the Shipping section for guide to shipping costs.
There will be an option adaptor that has a small internal circuit board, the an adaptor that neatly plugs into the normal external power socket. We will be showing this soon on our support site AmigaSystems.com. The A500 however, also has an optional Zorro2 back plane which is shown that has an ATX power socket on it to accept power from the optional built in SFX PSU. Or you could just plug in your old power supply but that will not be very nice :-(
Please check out the main story for a 3D render of how we plan this.
If you look at the main section this is described for the PC and Amiga options. However, each case comes with, 1 base, 1 lid, 1 rear modular panel, 1 drive tray, 1 front A3000 style panel, 1 blank insert for front panel and Amiga panel or 2 blank panels for PC, 1 Led board and cable, 1 power switch and cable, 1 fixing pack.
Well basically the tray has all the mounting points for all of the motherboards that will fit. You get small riser studs to lift just the ones you need for your motherboard choice. Then the back panel is the only real difference, so if you may want to do this, buy the two rear panels to ensure you can change later as you please.