Hi, I am intermediate-level flutist who is looking for a decent mic setup to record my instrument. I also intend to record duets with an acquiantance who plays the harp, as well as my flute teacher. I play classical music (exclusively, in fact). The music centre I'm attending has an unused floor and I practice there because there is very little noise and the rooms have impeccable acoustics. Sadly, I cannot say the same for my home, but there is no reason I cannot carry the recording equipment there. Also, I intend to start taking piano lessons in the near future and I think it would be cool to connect a digital keyboard directly to the audio interface via MIDI. I live in Turkey and I intend to order the system from a German retail store called Thomann. I can spend no more than 300 euros. The options I have considered so far: Audio interface: 1. Tascam US-122 (a bit more expensive but has MIDI output) http://www.thomann.de/gb/tascam_us122mk2.htm 2. M-Audio Fasttrack II (minimalistic and cheap) M-Audio Fast Track MKII - Thomann UK Cyberstore Microphone(s): 1. Audix ADX51 (Mr. Internet says this is an ideal mic for the flute) Audix ADX 51 - Thomann UK Cyberstore 2. Superlux R102 ('coz it's a ribbon and ribbons are the best for woodwinds, or so I've heard) Superlux R102 - Thomann UK Cyberstore 3. Shure SM10A (I know of at least one person using this mic for the flute so it cannot be too bad) Shure SM10A - Thomann UK Cyberstore 4. Your suggestions! Your help will be most appreciated!