Sorry, I don't want to buy what might have been a perfectly good piece of gear, now that you've taken it apart to show me how it's in such good shape. Particularly amazing when the subject is almost new, anyway.
I can understand maybe showing off the innard details of a homebrew amp, but , please, spare me the glorious guts shot of a barely year old 2 or 3 kilobuck rig.
How many times have you had it apart before? Who else has had it apart? We'll never know now for sure...
This isn't some third world roadside bazaar where you have to whack open the papaya to show me it's not rotted..
Eh? Are you new to amateur radio?
All the kenwoods require the lids taking off to install TXCOs, filters and speech units or to change the jumper for the attenuator for LF frequencies.
Most transceivers up until recently even used to come with a circuit diagram.
If they didn't want you to open up the lid, they'd put security screws on them and they'd not make options that required the lids to be removed to fit.
This is a technical hobby to for the purposes of self teaching and investigation into radio communications and taking the lid off stuff should be the norm, not the exception.