I have been wearing Scorpion helmets for quite some time. This 920 helmet is a nice modular helmet. It is my first modular. It fits to size on the top of your head circumference like it should. The cheek area is looser fitting with the front face up. When the face is down, the cheeks are a lot tighter. Not uncomfortable, but a touch tighter. The sun shade visor is low. On occasion it has bumped the bridge of my nose. Not honestly a big deal. But still something to note. The sun shade is easy to manipulate and does a great job. The clear main visor I wish was ambidextrous as far as being able to flip it open. Small complaint, but easy to remedy at the manufacturer. The front face lock is easy to manipulate. I notice I tend to reach farther then I need to, to find the release mechanism, but not a big deal. The small chin screen they give you works great. I installed mine after the first time I rode it and it will most likely stay there. Overall the helmet is comfortable. Speaker space is adequate from what I can tell. Though I usually use ear buds.
WIND NOISE..... I knew going in that the wind noise would be a possible problem. I haven't tested other modular helmets so I can only say there is a fair amount of noise. More then I am used to. With the vents open, the air through is good and noticeable. But louder, which is to be expected. I wouldn't say its a deal breaker for me, but as my first modular helmet, I will research it more if I purchase another down the road. For short trips its not too bad, but for a longer trip, it does get annoying. Trying to weigh the advantage of being able to flip up and talk or drink/eat easily vs the wind noise.
Weight of the helmet it surprisingly light for a modular, compared to others I looked it. Its not race weight light. But I thought it would be heavier than it is.
Fit and finish on the helmet seems typical Scorpion. You get what you are paying for if not more. I have always been happy with Scorpion and this is no exception. At $200 I this was a great way to get into the modular helmet world. I know I will be putting some long miles on it this summer 2019.
All in all, I would say give it a try if you are looking to get a modular helmet. I ride around 20-30,000 miles a season and I believe this helmet will become a favorite.
I gave 4 stars instead of 5, because of wind noise.