I saw the previous review and was really shocked that someone gave CoolerMaster a low score. Here's my own take on this.
I was deciding whether or not to build my 2nd custom PC system or get one pre-built online. When I was building the 'dream system', I saw this case as an option. After deciding between 932 and 922 (both are relatively new models) I decided to actually build my system myself (again!!!). I was previously using RaidMax (Sagita series) case and Antec. After I saw the 932 in person I was shocked at how much bigger the case was compared to my Raidmax, so I decided to get a 922 (which looks better by the way), and I'm glad I did! I'm a serious overclocker, having my fans running at 100% speed (sorry no liquid cooling here:)...yet). The salesman mentioned that this case is the quietest he's ever seen, and he was right! After overclocking my Core i7 and jumping the fan speed up to 100% I still couldn't hear the PC. It was much better than my old Antec case, and way-way better than Raidmax. Inside there are plenty of options on the setup, as I was easily able to include my CoolerMaster V8 fan control on the rear (by the PCI slots), and my GTX285 - there's room for 2 sli video cards, eventhough the manual says you can put 3 in tri-sli mode. There's even a cool button on the top of the case where you can turn on/off the red led light on the front fan. One of the things I wanted to mention is: if you decide to overclock your pc, you'll need to add more fans. With the stock fans: front, top and rear, my cpu cores average 50C when idle - considering I got V8 as a cooler. The better setup would be to add 1 more front fan (there's room for 3! ), and a side fan as another intake.
Now, before I was really looking for a transperent side-panel. After having this case, I'm really into these classy-looking 'see-behind-my-fan' types of cases. By the way, BOTH! of the panels are easily taken out - that really helps to install cpu cooler as there's a square cut out specifically for mounting brackets.
Overall, I'm super-impressed with HAF922. Considering it's not a mid-tower, rather it's a full-size, it's really quiet with it's fans at or below 19db @ 1800rpm. Lots of options, even a 5'25" conversion drive, which took me some time to figure out where it was :), easy to setup, and very solid. I'm now considering replacing my old Raidmax with the 922 HAF. Great purchase!