Nowhere do you mention what sort of room acoustic he will be recording in, as this will form a critical part of the vocal sound you will get through the microphone. Condenser mics like the ones you mentioned can be particuarly sensitive to acoustic environment. I'm not a fan of the sE2200A with its hyped bump around 12KHz, and the AT4040 would be a better choice of those two. However, in an unfavourable acoustic environment, I think you would be better off with a good-quality dynamic mic such as the EV RE20 for this type of work.
When it comes to interfaces, the M-Audio Fast Track Ultra is not renowned for its sonic quality or its handling of large dynamic range signals, and you may well find that it does not have the guts you need for this type of work. The Presonus should be a little better in this regard, but there are other makes you should be looking at such as TC Electronic and Edirol in this end of the market.