Hello all... So im in the market for an entry level bookshelf speaker. The two main contenders are the Primus 150's and the Atoms. First of all, the prices. The infinity primus are $250, no haggling. The Atoms' regular price is $240, but at the same store, a salesperson quoted me of $170 i believe. This is going to be used for 2ch system, mainly music, coupled to a Vintage Kenwood amp. However, in the future I will be adding to these speakers, eventually having a 5.1 home theater system. I have had the chance to audition the Atoms in a good listening environment. The Primus however, i have not (the store that sells them has them hooked up to a low-end JVC reciever playing RADIO... ugh), but I will be bringing in my CD player soon to give them a test drive. Even still, the listening environment is far less than optimal. So, anybody had experiences with the two? How do they compare? I have read the stereophile review for both, and they have praised the Primus 150's as to be as good as the Atoms. Sooo, i need your guys' input, how do these two compare?