Salomon makes bindings for Atomic. The only difference is graphics.
This helmet does not have headphones included. However, the ear flaps have pockets in them where you can drop your favorite headphones in. Hope this helps.
I'm 5'5" 145 and ski pretty aggresively. the 182 works for me. Depending on your weight, i think you could go either way. the 191 might be more of a pow ski, while the 182 might be fun for you to throw around in bumps, the park, crud, etc.
I've skied the Gotama about 15 times and the Shogun all of last year, about 100 days. The Shogun is just more fun. The bamboo makes it super snappy and the tip rocker makes it perform like a fat ski in the deep stuff. It will also be a lot more similar to your public enemies in overall feel, just a little fatter and a lot cooler. If you have been skiing a pair of public enemies for three years in light colorado snow, you'll be stoked with the added width and float.
I agree with jj. I used the Shogun as a single ski quiver last year and it performed better than I could have hoped for. Great float in the pow, but still super agile for groomers and a few park laps.
I like the concept, the construction and the product. Works well in the bed of my nissan frontier. However, putting them in was a little bit of a pain, lining up bolts and such. The manual said to use 5/16 bolts, turns out they are more like 9/32. I just drilled the holes in the bracket out a little. Also, loc-tite or a lock washer is definitely recommended as the bolts will loosen up over time.
All in all, it's good, cheap and reasonably secure.