Overall, this is a cheap mic which really fits my budget. It seems most people rate this as an instrument mic, though it is actually used for both. Which is nice.
Nady RSM-4 Ribbon:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/N ady-RSM4-Ribbon-Studio-Microphone?sku=27 7107
Very low price, also an instrument-vocals one. I love the positive reviews about ribbon mics overal, but this one seems really good for it's price.
MCA SP1 Studio Condensor:
http://reviews.harmony-central.com/revie ws/Microphone/product/MCA/SP1+Studio+Con denser/10/1
Well, I was surprised this mic was so cheap aswell. (Hehe, I sure thought mics were like...200-400$) Also, good review about guitar and vocals. I own a guitar aswell, so in any case, this will do a great job. Might consider this a good beginners mic, though I have no idea how long this could last. But hey, you've gotta start somewhere!
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/R 0DE-NT1A-Anniversary-Model-Microphone?sk u=271593
This is the anniversary model, which I think is more expensive, though I'm not sure. 229$ is a little higher price, but reviews are all about good sounding vocals. Personally, I have no idea wether to take this or not. Since the above mics are also very good, but have a much lower price tag... Meh,... I don't know.
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/M XL-MXL-990MXL-991-Recording-Microphone-P ackage?sku=273166
I kinda failed to see the point of 2 mics, but it appears the one is for vocals, the other for instruments. Well, this can certainly come in handy, especially for recording guitar or my real piano. Pricing is very cheap for 2 mics, I think. Might consider this, if vocals are good though...
Overall, the Shure and Nady seem the best. Also note, I really need a mic for vocals, not for instruments. While this is just an option, it really isn't needed!
Thanks for the advice! I'll look into it!
(And Reaper is freeware, right? I don't know... I never really had good experience with freeware, but I might give it a try)