The design and case look will certainly generate a Marmite appeal among our audience, that's for sure. Inside, there are some huge fans at the front, side and in the top with big vents to keep everything cool. There are even holes for a single or double radiator, as well as various fan sizes to suit all needs in multiple positions - this should really offer the most flexibility possible.
There is space for five side-mounted hard drives, as well as large ATX boards to still have plenty of airspace - the case is certainly wider than most. For an extra option you don't see elsewhere, the PSU can also be mounted in the top or bottom, although it's designed to go in the bottom with the fan facing downwards. The case should be high enough off the floor so the PSU fan won't become a a vacuum cleaner.
In the front at the top there's a rubber mat for somewhere to stick your keys and mobile phone, while underneath there's a hole for a watercooling fill port, should you need it. The HAF 932 should be available in the USA predominantly, but if there's enough demand in the EU, Cooler Master will bring it to Europe for around a reasonable 129 Euros.
Bit Tech also saw a prototype of the Centurion Silent Edition, that's is an upcoming inexpensive case that should be rather silent thanks to lots of sound dampening material.