I own a SHURE KSM32 which I'm quite happy with. I am considering getting a second one. However, I'm wondering what recording situations I'm going to short change myself on by not moving up to the KSM44 which has more available patterns. If possible can somebody tell me stuff like "if you want to use it as a drum 'room' mic, you'll want more than the simple cardioid pattern ..." and maybe some other examples ....? I guess the simpler question is, what are the advantages of having multiple patterns available? I understand about that omnis suffer less from proximity effect when they're close to the source but what else? I would almost exclusively be using the mic in a studio environment although I did use the KSM32 once for a drum overhead for live recording. So far I've only used cardioid pattern mics. Opinions? Humorous anecdontes? Emotional outbursts?