I would agree to get something else in that price range, but if you must get either the Henkels Kramer or Shun, then here's a few pointers:
The Kramer has a very big handle. It is extremely round, and is actually quite comfortable if you are into bigger handles. The choil is curved a bit and seats the hand very nice. Cons on this knife are that the steel is a bit reactive and it can be a tad clunky for professional kitchen use, although it would be quite the Cadillac for home use.
The Shun is a little more nimble with a thinner handle. Shun Classic has decent steel, but will not be as strong behind the edge... aka, don't beat it up too bad if you've never used a Japanese knife. No frozen stuff and no bones, not that I recommend that with the Kramer either, but I feel the Kramer could probably stand up to contact with a few small bones. The Shun is also not reactive.
I don't care for all the belly on either knife, but if I had to choose I'd go with the Kramer as far as profile.