I run a project studio in an old, large church. While I don't typically do acoustic work, the space does lend itself to such a thing, and the owner approached me today w/ a few ideas. He's interested in having a choral group perform/record. Also a more tribal vocal (chant) + hand drums + harmonium + flute group. I decided a stereo pair placed out in front of the stage (altar) vs. close micing would be most appropriate. I'm thinking 6-12 ft out, and 10-15 ft high (the stage is ~3ft high). My choices are: AKG C414 B-XLS, Cascade M39, Cascade Fathead, MXL 603s, and Nady RSM-5. I've listed a wide variety of quality of condensers and ribbons, & have a pretty good idea what I would use, but I'd like to get your opinions first. I'd probably also use one of the SDC pairs further back to see what I can get. The space is 30ftx40ftx15-30ft, vaulted ceilings. Primarily wood (floor, stage, walls) and sheetrock (walls, ceiling) - not drywall, the heavy rock stuff). Actually, I'm not sure what it is, but it certainly doesn't take to nails the way drywall does - it chips. More like cement than anything I've encountered. Thanks in advance for any advice.