As far as modifications go, it's usually the most unique, shiny, and ridiculous of the bunch that get the most attention. And while the Radius PC may not look like it's all that much in the shininess department, it's certainly unique enough to be a casemod that someone out there would probably enjoy. After all, sometimes you want to have that tower of yesteryear, so why not update it with a display?
The Radius PC is meant to be a desktop workstation. Instead of putting your tower on the floor near your feet, instead you'll put it up on your desk, where a traditional monitor would go. Turn it to the side, and you'll see a 17-inch display with a resolution of 1900 x 1200. The Radius is apparently great for processing videos while you're at a live event. And thanks to the padded handle, you'll be able to lug the tower everywhere you want to go.
If you're interested, you can set up your Radius with either an AMD Phenom II processor, Intel's Core i7 or Xeon. You can choose to have up to 24GB of DDR3 RAM, a DVD drive, and up to nine 2.5-inch SATA hard drives. Graphics can be chosen from either AMD or NVIDIA.