The End IO chassis have small trenton boards, which apparently only have 5 usuable PCI slots, even though there are 6 on the board. This is because of the way the the host interface board is setup and its closeness to the 2nd to last PCI slot
The PMC to PCIe adapters I was handed by Jay for use with the RFM cards require a 4 pin power connection at the top, which are not available inside the thin 1U computers.
The only solution I can come up with is swap the PMC to PCIe adapters for the RFM cards with adapters for some of the already installed ADCs and DACs which do not require power directly from the power supply. This should make it possible to mount the RFM card in the computer, at least for the ends. Since the SUS and IOO chassis will have more slots available than needed, the RFM cards can be slotted into those. The SUS has to fit in the chassis since the computer will have the Infiband host adapter and a dolphin connector for talking to the LSC machine.
There is still the problem of actually getting the RFM card into the computer, but that should be possible with a little bit of bending of the left side of the computer frame.