I get that it's iconic but having it around now makes Bruce a bigger moron than usual.
When you think of the bat cave one of the first things you think of is Jason Todd's Robin Memorial case. It made sense when Jason was dead (and no other Robins had died) to honor his memory. ...Except for when writers would use it to twist the facts of what kind of Robin Jason was. Or the many, many, many, MANY times it was broken for a forced emotional moment or symbolism.
When Jason returned it was decided the case would stay since "nothing's changed." With the implication that Bruce had still lost Jason and he was never coming back. Only he did, he's worked with the family many times since the relaunch.
Still Tomasi tried to explain why Bruce had the case. Damian thinks it's to honor Jason but Bruce claims it's remind him of his failure/loss. Which reduces Jason's death. Once Damian died Alfred tried to make a case for him but it's destroyed before the costume even went in. I did see it in Gleason's art in Robin, Son of Batman but no where else. At present Tim has one too but will it still be around once he's back? I don't think Bruce even bothered making one when Dick faked his death.
Put yourself in Jason's shoes and you can see how insulting this is. Against the odds you're back from the dead. Your family has moved on and despite you working with them your memorial is still up. Everyone that once was "dead" has theirs taken down but yours never goes anywhere. It's a reminder that not only are you his greatest failure but a warning for everyone else not to end up like you. "Good Soldier." Not son, nothing personal just a soldier. You're literally in front of your mentor yet that case shows that you're dead to him.
Bruce has always been emotionally constipated but this is ridiculous. Again he broke down Damian's grave yet the case is still there.