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I read several good reviews of the P220 mic, and only found some bad ones after ordering (of course). Complaints were about the uneven, harsh response in the upper mids to high end, and excessive background noise pickup. I'll have to agree. I had a difficult time EQ'ing this out with my three-section parametric, and looking at some independent response plots I can see why: multiple resonant peaks, bigger than the factory plots showed. For those new to this stuff, it's difficult to round out more peaks than you have EQ bands: squashes frequencies you want to keep. Compared this with an AT2035 which was similar, but more tameable via EQ, and a Rode NT-1 (not "1a" version). The NT-1 was much easier to dial in (pretty much a single, rounded rise in high end), and picked up far less background noise. I kept the AT2035 for when ambient sounds are the target, but the NT-1 is much, much easier to work with when focused on what's in front of it. More so than the published polar patterns would suggest. Maybe I got some odd ducks? Returned easily thanks to Amazon's policies!