The main picture used to sell the Atlanta bra sums up my opinion, it's designed form the back. First thing to say the quality of the bra is excellent as always, so if the bra works for you then it could be worth more stars. However for me it from the moment I put it on there were issues with the form. The centre where the cups meet was oddly angled in towards my rib cage, it took a lot of adjustment to get my breasts settled in the cups in the right way for the front to sit comfortably. Once in the cups they seemed to force my breasts downwards and outwards which gave a very odd and unflattering look. I also wasn't a fan of the material the cups were made of it had quite a coarse feel.
There was some good though. The magnet used for the back detailing worked like a charm, easy to clasp and unclasp but strong enough that I didn't feel it would pop open. It also pulled the straps into a semi-racer back which gave a really good feeling of support. The detailing is nicely done, just the right amount to look special without getting in the way of functionality.
So two stars as it didn't work for me shape wise but I can't say it was a bad bra.