A friend of mine is an excellent harpist, and plays both full sized concert harps as well as smaller folk harps. She wants to get a small "studio set-up" to record some of her playing. She knows NOTHING about recording and asked me about a $40 mic she saw...anyway...I decided I'd look into for her, since she has NO clue what's good and what's not - and that you're not going to get much for $40! So, I'm looking to set her up with a pair of matched condensors and a small audio interface for her Apple Laptop... She's on a very tight budget, so I was thinking something like: 1 Presonus FiREBOX (or the M-Audio 410) and a matched pair of MXL 603s - or maybe spend more for a pair of Studio Project C4s? I'll admit I haven't recorded a hapr before, so my mic choices may be a bit off. I definitely think some warm, full sounding mics would suit a harp, rather than something that emphasizes the high end too much. The setup will be mostly (99%) for home recording, not live. Any sugestions?!?!?! Some better mics for less money? Or even a tad bit more money? Better firewire interface? Thanks!