Answering concern in no particular oder:
True. It's based off the UMF... using actual UMF design files furnished by Coolhand at Logic. (Thanks!)
So it should lots of room inside.
The eclipse grip panel version will actually be flat inside along the bottom, but I doubt an LPR will be able to fit inside the frame anyways.
You lose about 3/4" when you itch the AGD rail, meaning the MPAs and MSV will sit lower as well.
I'd be surprised if even a Ticker LPR fit under all the pneumatics.
Most pneumatic conversion may have to LPR tapped into the fron t of the ASA with slot milled in the top for the hose.
One thing that the Eclipse grip screw pattern allows is generous room for a 9V, board and solenoid
I predict an EP conversion will be easier than a pneumatic conversion.
We can do multiple runs. I'm just going to go in order of demand. This is not a business venture, really. I enjoy designing as a hobby, so I'm going to do what I can for us and try and produce something a affordable as possible. There is virtually no markup on this part, so if the demand exists to make a run happen, I can organize it... but my goal is not total sales/profit by any means.
Eclipse means it will use the Eclipse/Ego screw hole pattern. this provides more internal room.
Enhanced means it has the internal layout to help with conversions... although some modification (drilling/tapping) will still be required.
The frame can be made in any combination of open or enhanced internals with .45 or eclipse panels.