We are getting ready (in the next 2 weeks) to record our new band. Our drummer has a large drum kit . We'll be recording to a foxtex 24 track recorder on location (drums, bass, rhythm guitar, scratch vocals) then coming back and dumping the tracks to Digital performer to do guitar and vocal overdubs. I am trying to line up mics for this session in advance to get the best sound possible within our means. Our mics selection (on hand) consist of kick d112, we also have 6 57's, 4 oktava 319's, 2 u87's, 2 451's, a couple of groove tubes am11, an rode nt1, a rode K2 tube mic, an RCA D77- one sennheiser 421. This is also a double kick set so we are thinking of buying another d112 before the session for the other kick- The kit also has 4 toms. We could use 57's or the 4 oktava 319's on toms- anyone has used these befor for micing toms? Any suggestions will be appreciated. We'll be renting a recording space for the weekend as my current studio just won't acommodate live drums. We would like to be prepared with the right mics in advance to get the best results.