I would like help deciding what the best mic choices are for my particular needs/budget. I have a very modest home studio. I have a purpose built PC for my recording. Motu 8pre is my external interface. Cubase SE3 is my recording software. I have an Engl Powerball guitar amp with a Randall 4x12 cab (equipped with Celestion Gt12-75s (will later replace with Vintage 30s). The guitar is an 82 Ibanez Artist with Seymour Duncan pickups (not active) and the guitar has 10-52 gauge strings on it tuned to drop C. The music style in this case will be heavy metal. The guitar 4x12 cab is isolated in its own "room" (oversized closet with carpet on floor/walls/door/ceiling). That "room" is about 1.5 times the width of the 4x12 cab. The height ceiling is angled to be highest when furthest away from the the front of the cab at about 10 feet and then down to 3.5 feet when a distance of about 3 feet behind the cab. The "room" is about 9 to 10 feet long/deep. Sorry for the excessive detail, but I want to get the best answers for my set up. I am currently using a Shure SM57 on the guitar cab. Actually, I am using two. One on one speaker and the other on another speaker. I have them EQ'd slightly differently and they sound great and without phase issues. But, I am missing some of the crisp highs that I think I could get with a condensor mic. I am very close to the sound that I want, but would love to get some crisp highs. I spent time setting up the mics with the distance to the speaker cone and the angle of the mic towards the speaker cone. I did most of my EQ adjustments on the guitar head itself so that I could do as little as possible in Cubase. I have been thinking about getting the Shure KSM32 to use along with my SM57. But I have only read about the KSM32, so I don't really know if it is the best mic for the job (with my less than optimal room). Again, sorry for all of the info, but I hope to hear from you on which mics you like best in a situation simliar to mine. Oh, and I have also considered getting a Sennheiser e609 even though it might be just another version of the SM57 (thoughts on that would help as well). Thanks so much for your time.