All the guy asked originally was whether or not anyone knew of a conversion kit for the rear hatch. Instead he gets a lecture on what he should've bought or what he shouldn't want or need. It's responses like these that really discourage new forum members like myself from even participating in any of these discussions or asking dumb questions. OP, good luck whether or not you decide to pursue this conversion.
I actually agree with this.
Forums have been life savers for me for years.
You come to what you expect to be experienced, knowledgeable and friendly forum. you ask question that bothers you. You get answer to the question. You are happy, helpers earned the right kind of deposit on their karma account.
It literally hurts to come with hope and leave being schooled like a child. I know several forums like this. Mazdaspeed one, as example. Dodge forums, for some reason.
There is forum etiquette rule, normally ignored by many. If you do not have something supportive and constructive - on topic - to post, then do not post at all.
Though, there is caveat to this. Internet all mighty takes few seconds to research even most complicated topics. It is another forum good etiquette rule - do your own homework. And, if you did and failed to find the answer - sure, come and ask.