We all know that computers have to meet some FCC guidelines for RF leakage, but what if you are running caseless. I have 4 computers in my office, and none of them is in a case. Three of them are very close to one another, so it doesn't seem to have any effect on the computers themselves. There are also health standards for RF exposure limits, and I'm not sure what they are, but my question is, is a caseless pc likely to put out enough RF to exceed applicable standards for RF exposure, whatever they are. I'm not concerned for myself, but I would like to know if it's consider safe before recommending it to anyone else. There are several reasons I run them this way: 1) They run cooler 2) Fewer fans means they are quieter 3) Dust is a non problem 4) Repairs or replacement of components is extremely easy 5) I can situate the computers to make the cable connections more accessible.