I'm not really a professional musician, but I'd like to record myself, maybe play around a bit, see how I sound. My portable mac is a unibody 13" (sans firewire), and as I quickly realized, the built-in microphone sucks. I'm very particular about sound, and I'm willing to spend up to about 150ish (it also helps that I have a $50 gift card to the apple store). So far I've looked into the blue snowball and yeti- I thought the snowball was cool but I was really impressed by the quality of the yeti and if it is that much of a difference i'd be willing to shell out the extra 50 bucks or so. The other thing is that I'd like my set-up to be relatively painless- and I'm not quite sure how that'd work with a microphone that big (like the yeti or snowball). I could deal with propping my macbook up on the piano (it seemed to work fine for video) but could I just leave the big microphone standing there too? Do I need any adapters/clips/stands anything in particular for recording the sound of a grand piano with/without voice or trumpet soloing. Thanks for all your help in advance.