Hi!I have a Zoom H1 and I use it for recording different discourses. But although the clarity of sound is great, the built-in stereo mics are not quite meant for such a type of work, too large stereo field, and I'm not satisfied with the clarity of the speaker's voice. I need something directional or with smaller field and at the same time portable. Also, since the discourses are being translated, maybe it would be nice to have a second mic for the translator, or a pair of stereo mics, one channel for the speaker and one for the translator. I would later on mix it together as I want to. So I guess maybe a pair of lav mics or a directional mic on a stand or shoe with a small stereo field. But there's one more aspect. Many times people from the audience ask questions, so if it's a discrete directional mic, it wouldn't get the questions at all. But if the questions are audible enough, even though quite more quiet, that's not a problem, since the quality of the recorder (and a good mic) will allow to attenuate the questions afterwards without introducing a big amount of background noise. So I need to choose something and I don't know what's best. I had a cheap lav mike before and I just put it on the table, and the quality was much better than H1 internal mics. My budget is also limited, I would say around 100 dollars. I hope I can get something good enough for that money. Thanks for any input!