Had the antec 900, was a awesum case just load and crappy cable management, I now have the Scout, Cooling is good, cable management is good, like the handle, i have to take it to work every wednesday...
Its a very solid case. The only issue i have with it is the 3.5" drivebays, i dont like the side mounting idea, but more the fact that if you have more than 3 drives(i have 4) some will be ontop of each other, i like leaving a gap between drives for cooling puposes.
At this point not realy an issue, drives are @27C at most.
The HAF is a nice case, just wasn't as practical for me, if my pc stayed at home i probably would have taken the Antec P182...
If i need to pick between the HAF an Scout again... Id pick the Scout again.
Wow...that's a hard call. I've been looking at both of those cases. I like the 922 for the airflow cause I am gonna need that with 3x Xfire + OCed CPU + 4-6 HDs. But, the scout has more features I want and more 3.5" drive bays + a SSD drive bay adapter.
The HAF is probabaly your best bet for hardcore gameing because of its very good and (value for money) cooling, HAF even stands for High Air Flow. The haf does look better than the scout in my opinion if you dont change any lighting in the case, but if you add more led fans to the scout it can take some of the standerd dullness away. I speak for experience as i have a haf 922 and my cusin has a scout and the scout's sidepannel doesn't look anything like what you see on the internet. The scout will only look like that if you add more fans.