@Monger - I doubt that, im getting perfect prints most of the time. My guess is it had something to do with the orientation and/or the slicing on the part of the software, which has acted screwy in the past
@David - The part was completly vertical, ie. the cube was standing straight as you see it in the picture, no tilt (as I was maxing out the build envelope)
The supports were automatically generated and were below the cube, just a patchwork of supports under the cube which I came to realize are a complete waste and unecessary, also for some reason the underside of the cube (where the supports touched it) was mushy and uncured (see pic)
Printing at 100 microns.
Yes everything is one piece and yes it is hollow, for this print I used a wall thickness of about 2mm I believe.
Since having so much troubles with the supports printing pieces like this I have since started doing my own supports and bases and its working out much better - note, I do not reccomend just printing something like that without supports because it will print fine but you will have one heck of a time getting that cube off the build platform - ask me, I tried it. Its better to put a very thin base (as Monger reccomends), some supports and have the cube sit over that.
The last two images are of a different, more successful print.