Hi, first post here at recording.org I am looking to extend my microphone collection, specifically I want to build up a good kit for acoustic strings, winds and percussions (mostly ethnic instruments). At the moment I have a Rode NT3 medium condenser microphone (quite an old model, definitely Australian made), nice sounding, and some average quality Shure SM58. For these recordings, I am not even considering the SM58 as an option. My first thoughts were a stereo pair of Peluso CEMC 6's - based on thinking that a stereo pair will be 'tuned' better for concurrent use, and could replace my Rode NT3 basically. But, I wonder if perhaps it will be better to get another single mic to complement my NT3, yet still a mic primarily designed for acoustic instruments/overhead sounds. I could even consider getting one Peluso CEMC 6, and another, cheaper mic. The thing is, although 95% of the recordings I will make will be one or two mics in different placements, I liked the idea of the matched pair of Peluso's for those other occasions when true stereo imaging would be useful (ie - tabla, other multi-percussionists and gongs). Any suggestion/feedback is appreciated.