Last Christmas I recorded a grand piano+ mezzo soprano+soprano. I used a ldc mic (Austrian audio 818) and a zoom f6 32bit float. Unfortunately it sounded bad. There was a nasty distortion in the higher frequencies at some moments both the vocals came in. The mic did not clip and was put about 3m from the vocals. In fact the on camera mic (sdc stereo mic) was ok and saved the day.
My studio is looking to add a pair of small diaphragm condensers to our "closet". Probably the two biggest uses they will have will be as overhead/room mics or for acoustic guitar/instruments. But they should as versatile as possible.