I am a singer in a band, I did all last season. I am extremely happy and I wanted a wireless microphone that captures my voice as closely as possible, not more nor less, for me it is perfect.
I think it's great for women's voices clear. We understand what is being said and the sound is right.
For those seeking a microphone that sends, or a "potato" is not this one that I recommend. In training with big drums, guitar and copper company, other microphones show more of her as the beta87.
on the other hand, to sing with some fine musicians on soundtracks, all the effects of nickel voices emerge.
I worked with the SM58 wire at first, top quality / price ratio to start on the other hand I find it too stifling the voice, we understand little or nothing. I am not expert but I think it's too little return medium and treble. It has the advantage of being easy to adjust if it's feedback.
I have sung with models medium / high-end Senneizer is great as well (note there are a lot of models).
I took as the Shure microphone heads are unscrewed and you can buy several different capsules for the same microphone, they are compatible. It is cheaper than having a microphone for each specific genre.
Strength level is really reliable, I had no problems whatsoever with my SM58 or SM86.
As for the sound settings I still advise to have at hand the SM58, in case there would be too unwieldy to Larsen, it happens when the sound equipment is of poor quality, or the room has an acoustic special.
If I had to choose my microphone now, I buy the same and I plan soon to the head of the beta87 in addition to send a bigger sound when it is useful.