Before I run out and buy the wrong equipment, maybe you can point me in the right direction . . . I'm planning to record a series of interviews. Usually, just me and one other person in an office, hotel room, or residence. Often, there won't be much control over the environment. Some interviews might even be at cafes, at the beach, etc. All destined to be webcasts and later, collected into a CD. So I'm thinking I can go with either lavalier mics (which are typically omni condensors) or hand-held dynamic mics, like the EV RE50, which I've used before. I've never used lavs, but they seem easy to deal with--small and lightweight. And the interviewee wouldn't need any mic technique--they can just relax and talk instead of holding a mic. On the other hand, I'm concerned about a too much background noise coming into the lav mics. And more particularly, delay or echo effects--some of the interviewees sound leaking into my lav, and some of my sound leaking into his are hers. I'll be recording in 2-track, either to a laptop or dedicated recorder. That's one channel for me, one for the person being interviewed. I want to minimize editing. What mic setup would you suggest from your experience? Thanks!