I've noticed that the Sennheiser 614 is apparently one of the superstar microphones for V/O work these days. When I was a full time V/O guy the U87, 414, RE20 or 421 were the king of the booth. So why use the Sennheiser 614 for V/O? The only reason I can conceive of are: eliminate bad room/make room irrelevant; target just the sound projecting portion of the V/O's sound producing instrument to give more recording control. I recognize that only the very best V/Os are vocally consistent enough take-to-take to allow the good take to splice seamlessly with the previous good takes; and that a mic like the U87 can hear when a V/O has taken a drink of water, so maybe that explains the 614s popularity. In that sense I can see the mics value for consistency room-to-room, day-to-day or even place-to-place if it works like I think it does, but I've never used it. Here's an article: http://www.coreyburton.com/sennheiser.html What say you?