My Pastor has asked for me to look into upgrading our mics at church. I need to get two really good vocal mics, and three decent ones for the backup singers. I am looking at the Shure SM87A for the 'good' mics. Is there anything else in the under $200 range that I should even consider? One of these will be at the pulpit, and will be used primarily by our Pastor, who has a strong, resonant baritone voice. It will of course be used for visiting ministers, and for vocalists to sing solo as well. The other will be used for the Pastor's wife. She is a soprano with a strong, beautiful voice, and our worship leader. This microphone will be at the electric piano, so it needs to have decent off axis noise rejection, I am pretty sure that the SM87A excels at this. I have tons of experience with Shure, and know that they are bulletproof. I also have had negative experience in the past with Sennheiser, Audio Technica, and Samson when it comes to reliability, so if you are going to recommend one of these, keep in mind I want to buy good sounding mics that will last for 20+ years, not something that will fall apart or short out 3 or 4 years down the road. Thanks!