Exposed Circuit Boards On Cameras - Pet Peeve

This is a pet peeve of mine. I am sure that this doesn't violate any code or UL standards, but it really bugs me when a camera has exposed circuit boards on them. To me, it doesn't look like a finished product.

Is there any concern that a tech working on wiring up an alarm input cable could short something out, or jab a screw in to a component??

I feel that this separates brand A from brand B - finished product vs. low cost OEM. Slapping the minimum amount of components onto the assembly, vs. taking the time to fabricate a plastic cover, etc. Some look so barebones/DIY.

Thoughts?? Comments? Horror stories? Does this influence any end users or integrators in selecting a manufacturer?

(I do work for a camera manufacturer, but this is my personal pet peeve. I have obscured the model/brand names on the photos below.)

Here is one example:

Here is another example of 2 manufacturer cameras. Top has exposed circuit board, bottom does not.

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