For the A1000 specifically, this is probably the best GoTek swap I've seen. (I still use the original floppy drive with mine, but I do understand they are failing and hard to replace with OEM devices.)
Check this out
That right there is for the bracket only
, but at least someone is making them and it looks to be a good design.
In that post the creator outlines what you would need to replicate his setup.
- Standard OLED Screen, you can get them online at various sellers. It is a 0.91 inch 128x32 I2C IIC Serial OLED LCD Screen Module 4-PIN DC 3.3V 5V.
- For the speaker, they are 4.92 x 4.72 x 0.79 inches and 5v of the PC beeper type.
- Standard 3.5" floppy size Goteks from China in bulk: 3.5'' 1.44M SFR1M44-U100K that have the LED Digits. I remove the board and then from there I remove the green LED light and replace it with a 2 pin header, I then would flash the device with flash floppy.
- The OLED would be wired up using the existing Cable for the LED harness.
- Screws are re-used from the inside of the Gotek to attach to the printed frame.
- Jumpers are placed as per the pictures.
He has a ton of additional important notes that really should be read before going this route. It's not a simple plug-and-play swaparoo. Even the USB drive he's using is a bit custom to handle the kickstart disks.
The fact you can't easily hit the "go right" button would be somewhat annoying, I think, but does allow you to maintain the stealth look. There's going to be trade-offs.