Just thought we'd respond to enwi's comments about a power switch.
We like the idea of a power switch, however the amount of available space around the re-routed microUSB connector is very minimal. We only really have the depth of a microUSB connector and not much more. Any bigger than this and the Raspberry Pi wouldn't be able to snap into place. At the moment we've briefly considered some options for doing this, all of which had issues. That said, we may find a way to fit it in there somehow with some further investigation. It's definitely something we are planning to give some more consideration before manufacturing as we agree it would be a valuable feature.
One thing we are relatively confident we could do is to put a power switch on the front of the case.(spliced into the wires connecting the board with the new power jack) - check out the image below to see where we mean. Considering that this would take away from the clean look of the case, we're interested to see how many of you would or wouldn't want this. Great to get some feedback from you guys here.
Cost is a separate issue, obviously it would have to be viable for us to do without a large impact on the current cost, however we don't have a clear picture of this at this stage.
In regard to feet, we should have mentioned earlier that we're planning to supply the case with some simple stick on rubber feet to stop it from sliding around. We also decided that to make assembly / dis-assembly of covers more reliable, and also to provide more secure mounting points for any home grown add-ons, we'll be using brass inserts and machine screws rather than self tapping screws for the covers.
While we want to make this the best case we possibly can, unfortunately none of this will be possible if we can't cover our initial setup costs. So if you like the case, please support us by pre-ordering on our funding site: http://www.indiegogo.com/shortcrust
Once again, thanks for all the great comments and your support!
Short Crust Team