hello my fellow audio engineers! I am having quite a dilemma on choosing a microphone . I have been doing much research the last couple of days on microphones and have learned a thing or two but i really need some suggestions and help on picking by first serious microphone. im currently using a digital reference condenser mic i bought in guitar center for 90 bucks . I plan on buying the apogee duet ( i don't know if this has anything to do with the mic but i thought i should just let you know) and going to use it with logic. so about 80 percent of the time i am recording rap vocals and the other time im working with r&b singers okay so these microphones have caught my eye so far feel free to point out different mics. the m-audio solaris , the bluebird ,the baby bottle and the shure sm7b. okay heres the thing i cant find any decent reviews on the m audio solaris except for on microphonereviews .com . and they gave it 5 stars its $350.(what do you guys think) they gave the bluebird 4 and a half stars , but i see that the mic use to cost $700 . its the bluebird a $700 quality mic ?and last but not least i hear a lot of good things about the shure sm7b but im kinda skeptical about it because its a dynamic mic and all i hear is people saying the best mics to record with are condensers . had anyone hear have experience with these mics ? what do you think would be the best mic for my needs and the music i record on a 300 to 500 budget ? thank you for taking the time to read this and god bless!