I've checked out a small Shure drum kit set of mics using the "Hand Percussion SM-57" setting with satisfactory results on the PG56's for toms and snare. Use the "General Kick" for the PG52 with similar result. Looking to try to get our stage volume down so hopefully we'll soon migrate to using just the kick mic for some oomph.
For now, I'm doing my best to work the guys into this radical shift away from central mixing the analog side to 4 T1 equipped L1-M2's units, 2 w/ B1's and 2 w/ B2 bottoms.
Very happy with the "66 P-Bass" setting for my ho-made P and the General Keyboard setting worked well last night for our keyboardist. Used the house system, but space was tight so I had him share a L1-M2 w/B2 & T1 with me. He was skeptical whether it would be enough for both of us. Made a believer out of him last night. On a synth solo he heads low at the end to signal to the guitar player that it is time to come in. He would normally get buried in the bass of the mix, but not last night. It cranked.
Now if I can get the drummer and guitarist on board with a session to work out all 4 T1's, we might have something.
The guitarist uses 3 amps to get "his sound." He complains that his sound level on stage is so high because it drops off out front. I'm splaining that "his sound" needs to be small and in the BOSE. He got the news that once properly into the BOSE, this "drop off" will be substantially reduced, but "his sound" has to become small to get there.
I just received my Bose L1 Model 2, B2 with Tone port. I am already amazed even though I have not had much time to test it be for my upcoming performance this Friday April 30, 2014. I perform about four times a month. The equipment I use now with the Bose is: SM58 Taylor 614CE TC Helicon Harmony-GTX Apple IPOD with backing tracks. R/s Patrick