I need help here! I have a Rode NTG-2, which I absolutely love due to its sensitivity. However, this sensitivity extends so much that wind is a big issue with this mic. I have the basic windscreen, and a Rycote softie (which functions quite effeciently in mid-breezes)...but I need to record in heavy winds. I'm pretty sure that a K-Tek Zeppelin would help immensely, but I need some professional opinion! Apart from pre-mic wind isolation (i.e. walls or umbrellas), is there anything better to use on a boom mic for wind-isolation?