In my new humble abode – which I won’t be moving into for a few weeks yet – there is a sweet-sounding Yamaha upright piano. For recording, I’ll be rolling it away from the half-height wall it's against, then propping open the top and placing 2 mics pointed down at the strings (the treble mic will be placed closer to the strings, at least at first). The cables will be run about 30 feet up the stairs to my mic pre’s, which will then be patched directly into my ADAT. I’m considering a pair of the Oktava MK012’s, but I have to fess up to being tempted to try this with a pair of Oktava MK319 large-diaphragm condenser mics. Rode has similar options in their product line, for not a whole lot more $$$. Anyone have prior experience micing uprights, or with any of these mics? All help is greatly appreciated, and I hope I’m not re-posting a question that’s been asked recently.