Hi all. Looking to add mics for recording acoustic drums to my studio. I have a pair of SM57s, 1 SM58A, a Peavey drum mic set which includes: 1 PVM 325 (snare), 1 PVM 321 (kick), 3 PVM 328s. (toms). I know these are not the greatest mics in the world, but they are what I've got. I've also wondered if i should use my Rode NT100 and/or CAD E-200 to, "cover more ground?" My mixer is a Mackie 1604 VLZ Pro and my MOTU 828 mkII firewire has 2 mic pres. I just bought the Brick too. I have no compressors or EQ on the front end. I will be post processing with my UAD-1 card. The drum kit is a 5 piece: 1-10" rack tom, positioned directly over the kick, 1-16" floor tom, 1-18" floor tom, 24" kick, 2 Zildjian A Custom fast crashes (15" & 18") positioned 1 on the left, 1 on the right, Zildjian 20' ride, positioned to the far right, Pearl Masters Custom 14" X 6.5" Snare, and of course hi hat, to the far left. I want to upgrade my kick mic (not too happy w/it). I've read either the Audix D6 or the AKG D112? Also I want to give the kit the best stereo image possible with good overheads. What worthy, budget friendly, stereo condenser mics are out there? Also, guys if any of you have any photograpghs, tips, or general input of how the pro's do it, or how I can/should do it with what I've got, please post them. Eager for replies. Joshua Recording.org's, "Apprentice"