Neumann M 147 by Onan
The m147 was my first high-dollar mic, purchased 15 years ago, and after adding many more mics in its quality-range, it's still my favorite for my voice and for acoustic guitar. Its frequency curve reduces low-mids a bit, boosts high-mids a bit, and has a sweet and non-sibilant high boost that fits male vox in a dense rock mix perfectly, and I prefer it for that purpose over the Flea 47, the tlm67, the u87ai, and the Flea 49 Next. The m147 also has a very usable proximity effect, so the singer can massage the upper-bass. In a sparse mix, though, it's a little lacking in low end, leaving it sounding a little "small" compared to those other mics.
Its frequency curve also means it's not an all-rounder for me.
I give it 4 for features because I think mics in this price range should have a low-cut filter. Actually, I understand this mic does have a low-cut filter, but you have to open it up to engage it, which makes no sense to me. I wish they'd put a switch on the body.