I know everyone loves the HAF 922 but the Challenger seems almost exactly the same but a bit smaller and is $55 cheaper with the promo code. The smaller size will help when I have to lug it to my dorm in a couple of months...
It depends on what you want to put in it, the larger size of the HAF 922 will let you fit larger graphics cards in there and will give you significantly better cooling with its larger fans than the challenger. But if you are building a fairly low power system and using a moderately sized graphics card you dont need the extra space and cooling that the HAF offers.
^^ I might OC ini the future, but I just want a case that has enough airflow but isn't huge and doesn't cost that much. Basically I'm asking if the Challenger will give me any problems, or will it benefit be greatly to go with the HAF 922?
^ The power supply is suitable for my budget. Though I might have to put it in upside-down because the fan's apparently on the bottom..
Build is basically this with a few modifications to power supply and HDD and stuff. Planning on getting another GPU for crossfire in the future though