My Super is much snugger than the Urge (although I think the pads are old now which is part of the reason that its not as good a fit as it used to be). The only downside is that its still really warm; I was hoping that it would be cooler than the Urge but I don't think it is and the pads don't hold much sweat.
....that's the reason I didn't buy the Super in the end. The super has pads which line the main outer shell of the helmet body which then site directly on yer bonce, whereas the Eagleye has a frame attached to the retention system which separate to the outer shell and that's what sits on yer bonce, hence there's loads more room for the air to get past your forehead, round yer bonce and out through the vent holes in the Eagleye. From my experience with the Urge I knew the Super would be better than the Urge but would still be too warm, where as with the Eagleye if I had hair I would be able to feel my locks flowing in the breeze beneath the lid. It really did make me smile when I felt the air rushing round my head on it's first outing !
The only compromise is that the Super is slightly more comfortable than the Eagleye, which you'd expect if you cover your head in foam. The Eagleye could benefit from some foam over the retention system at the back because I've found it digs in a little if the lid has tipped back a bit, but this doesn't happen much because the Eagleye is a lot more secure with hardly any movement compared to the Super and that's again down to the separate frame system.
Did I say the green bits on the Eagleye also match my bike... very bling !!!