I think that is an excellent goal, but perhaps unnecessary. The CPP Corvette-style master is big and heavy...but so is the car. A substantial master cylinder is confidence inspiring, in my opinion. I have not yet cut the hole in the floor for easy filling, but I will as time allows. To date it has worked out just fine using a spout-bottle filler from down below. There's plenty of clearance to move the bail to the side and remove the cover. Also, the CPP Corvette-style master cylinder is designed to be used in either disc/drum or drum/drum applications. See the CPP website for more info on this. This installation does not require a college degree in rocket science. Only two new holes need to be drilled and no welding is required. The only difficult part is the mating of the original Buick push rod with a short extension to activate the new master properly while maintaining the original pedal height. The CPP Corvette-style master is a slick part to use for this application and works very well with the Scarebird-specified front disc brake components. The pedal pressure required is moderate and the pedal travel is neither long nor short, making modulation of the brakes easy and precise. And, it's only about $60 retail.