At a bare minimum it would have another 10G port or all LAN would be 2.5G (one switch).
The sweet spot would be 2x SFP+, 2x 10GBase-T, 10x 2.5GBase-T.
For 199$, fries included
Such ports config would place it between CCR1036 and CCR1072 (or actually above CCR1072 because it'd give 85G theoretical throughput) and wouldn't even fit this form factor, maybe 2x SFP+, 2x 10GBase-T and 5x 2.5GBase-T could fit but still... Almost definitely couldn't be passively cooled xD
Especially that 10GBase-T requires a lot of power and gets hot af. Plus gigabit copper is quite expensive. Reason for it in consumer gear is ease of use but that's pretty much the only advantage over SFP+ cage/optics.
Unless you listed it as alternatives then maybe. Actually... 10x 2.5G device would be incredibly interesting and one of a kind. Really useful for connecting less populated switches uplinks where you just need a bit over gigabit to route several connections at decent speed. But I guess it's quite niche port type so it'd be probably more expensive than 10G ports.
The same about all ports PoE - I think it'd affect thermals quite badly. But maybe 5 ports PoE (eg. on one switch) would be more doable technically... idk.