I'm currently using the following to mic drums live: - D112 - kick - SM57 - snare - AKG C430 x 2 - overheads - AKG P4 x 3 - toms I'm moving towards recording live shows and I'm not happy with the sound I'm getting from the P4s. In a studio setting Sennheiser MD421s are used frequently for toms. I'm inclined towards MD421s because I can also use them for guitar cabs and horns when they're not being used on the drums. I'm also mindful that they are big, heavy mics with fiddly clips, so maybe some decent clip-on style condenser tom mics could be a better option, despite their particular downsides e.g. fragile cables, mini xlr jacks and the fact they're limited to a single application. Your thoughts please: - big, heavy MD421s that can be used in a variety of applications; or - small, lightweight clip-on tom mics; or - something else, such as other small, dynamic mics for toms - similar to the P4s? If clip-on condensers, which ones and why?