Sorry if this has been over loads of times but I have never seen either in the flesh so it's a tuff one for me. It's for a i5 750 build with a corsair h50-1 cooler
I already have a 500w OCZ Modxstream Pro
The hAF 932 has an access hole for the heat sink retention palte which is a massive advantage when installing the heat sink.
In terma of aesthetics the HAF 932 is no beauty but the fan configuration is far superior to the antec 902.
As the fans have a larger diameter the sound is not as intrusive being that it is created at a lower pitch.
The abscence of dust filters is not a good idea on behalf of the case designers but it is probably to keep the cost of the case down.
A pair of nylon tights stretched over the intake ports is as good as a dust filter although it can be time consuming and tedious to clean them.
There are only 2x230mm intake ports which I prefer to the multifan 120mm configurations on other cases.
Overall the HAF 932 is an outstanding case although the abscence of dust filters is a drawback but not to the extent that it shuld leave people looking elsewhere. Regulaar maintnance is essential with this case!
I personally would prefer blue lighting over red lighting there are new cases available now with blue LED's.
The HAF 932 is a very modern case with lots of design features that make it outstanding value for money.
I use it with an i7 920 and a Coolermaster V8 heat sink.
There can be installation problems with the V8 heat sink due to it being a very large unit, but this case that is not an issue.
I would recommend a fan controller as there is no fan control built in, the sentry 2 is probably the best on the market at present.
Overall a very good case with lots of configuration options.