A-ha! Simplicity. The HAF 922 uses a "pin" system (not a screw) to secure drives in place. This will never give it the sturdiness of a screw. I will look into this this evening when I get home from work.
Thanks for the idea!
Did everything I could think of and nada...
I checked the whole system. What I have done so far is:
1) Shake the computer case and tilt it in every possible safe angle. The only bubbles that were released was from the radiator (top, external mount). I was able to follow the bubbles into the reservoir and as far as I could see, they never entered the pump assembly.
2) Checked the screws attaching the reservoir to the computer case bay unit to insure they were sufficiently tightened. I also loosened the screws and removed the reservoir from the bay. The noise is definetly from the reservoir/pump. I gently shook and tilted it a bit (insuring no air went into the pump intake to no effect.
3) I observed the location of the silver coils within the reservoir and their location does not affect the noise level or intensity at any time.
During all of this the noise remained constant. This leads me to believe that this is a matter of the pump probably not installed tightly enough within the reservoir or a loose impeller maybe. The noise is definetly "plastic against plastic" and at a high rate of speed. I will take a video this evening when I get home to send to XSPC (already in contact with Dazhong [the designer] and he requested the video). I was not able to do so at lunch time since there was a lot of backround noise going on (some neighbors were mowing their lawns). I will take the video this evening when it is quiet and post it.
Also contacted Jab Tech and they assured me that if XSPC didn't take care of me that they would intervene on my behalf if need be.
Nothing better than being in good hands.