If you are, I think it depends what exactly is supposed to be conscious. In particular, electrons, and other sub-atomic particles are supposed to be identical in the sense that absolutely nothing changes (technically except the sign of the wave function) if you swap two of them over. That seems to create an obstacle to panpsychism because to be identical, every electron would have to be thinking the same thing! The same would go for the other particles. However, I guess if you put the psychism into the quantum fields that are supposed to generate electrons, you might get round that.....
Idealism as the ultimate solution, with dualism as a sort of stepping stone (in the sense that Special Relativity can be seen as a stepping stone to General Relativity) seems to be a neater explanation to me.