I am still at a complete loss as to your problem, since the links above by Hfat point to two vendors who seem to offer exactly what you want. The vendors are Puget Systems and End PC Noise. I am curious, have you been to their websites and looked around? What exactly is it that you find lacking? If the previously certified systems are out of date or don't meet your needs, I am sure that you can call them to discuss what they would recommend for your specific requirements.
BTW, Puget Systems has configurations certified by SPCR in the past and they specifically claim that do cherry pick components, so my guess is that you really haven't bothered to visit their site. End PC Noise also seems to have some good systems. However, I might wait a month or so for the new Intel processors that will be available shortly. But in the meantime you can call these vendors to discuss.
My particular favorite thing about this restatement of your first reply, among many potential candidates, is that you give me, yet again, the names of those vendors. I can assure you, my "problem" is pretty clearly stated--it just isn't a problem. I have visited their websites, in fact, and I have looked around, yes, so your facility for posing as a cookie in my browser is found somewhat lacking, alas. I have even been to a number of other
websites, just using the gugglez and the review sites like the kidz do, and looked around there too. Some cherry-pick, some don't. Some (over-)emphasize silent computing, or green computing, or low-power computing, but as you correctly surmise, these are configuration questions, not dealbreakers.
What none of them do--and here I'll refer you to, oh, the thorny, over-complicated title of this thread--is make sure SPCR gets compensated for what I'm looking for in a PC. Does SPCR have to get compensated on my shopping spree? No. Would I like it to, because of what I've learned here over the years? Yes. Do means exist to Allow It To Be So? Still unclear, beyond (wait for it!) Puget and End PC Noise, and whatever cut they offer SPCR via a click-through/"certified" purchase.
Have you brought any further clarity to that last question? Two replies running, that's still a no. Though I acknowledge your old-school-regular attempts to educate me on how not to ask my question here, I'm not likely to gain much by them, and so with thanks for your efforts, I would appreciate it if you would kindly step aside and let those who might have more insight, or at least be willing to approach the question from a non-stale perspective, follow up, should anyone else wish to do so.