Hi - Hoping for a little advice. I purchased the AMT VP2 microphones many years ago - back when they provided 3 mics with the setup. The way they were mounted on the instrument was cool, but I was not happy with the 'thunk' sounds added - vibration transferred from the frame I assume. I also had issues with bleed on stage. Then after attending a couple Worldwide Vibes conferences and reading posts on this forum, I learned to mount the mics under the instrument - and this has been working out quite well. I'm using 2 of the mics now - you can see how they're mounted in the pic I have included. I just raise that rig up between the resonators. I do have hot spots, but they aren't too bad. So, I'm wondering if it would be worth adding the 3rd mic to the mix. Would this help even the sound out a little? Would it introduce phase issues that might make it a bad idea? Each mic would have its own channel on a Mackie mixer where they could be managed separately. I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to mics and understanding what causes phase issues with 3+ mics. And also: where to people think the best locations (under which bars) are for a 2 mic setup and a 3 mic setup? I also know the distance from the bars makes a lot of difference - I've kind of settled on about 5 inches, but open to recommendations. Hope this post makes sense - thanks!