kick out: Audix D6 -> API 512c (this mic died during takes to the 2nd song and was replaced by a Shure beta52. Sounded like a trigger impulse by the end of its life.That's the 2nd D6 that dies on me, btw...)
looking at your picture of the kick mic positioning... there is a lot of air movement in this position with strong wind blasts. I have no idea what other engineers think of this, but I try to stay away from that position and move the mic further to the inside of the kick, somewhat half way in and use a LDC on the outside to make the kick sound complete.
The way you have the D6 pictured used to be my go-to mic position as well, but after I killed a vintage D12, a vintage PL20 and a vintage 421 at this position I stopped doing it :-) My D6 has seen plenty of use inside the kick closer to the batter head and it is still holding up fine. On it's own it sounds over the top clicky, but in the whole picture with the other mics (currently a Horch living on kick out) it sounds great. Just some thoughts on that...
nice move with the M160's on OH, I used them as an AB room on a drum session yesterday, works really great there as well, although positioning was kinda tricky as they are quite sensitive in regards to their hypercard pattern.