Making sure the kit is tuned well, and the drummer plays it well will have a huge impact on your final sound. The room plays a pretty big part too once you starting adding room mics.
Outside of that, try your set up and see what you get. However, personally I would use the 2020 and the Bottle as overheads, and the T3 as kind of a center room mic out in front of the kit, lower to the ground (or just in an area where the cymbals are not getting picked up more then the drums).
Regarding your preamps, just play around with different mics on different pres, until you get something you like. Again, this is just me, but I would nix the outside kick and the bottom snare and use the extra 57 for the 2nd tom.
Whatever preamp you think gets you the best sound, (Avalon maybe??) I would use that for the center room mic channel and just move it around until the kit sounds really good in that one channel. Then I would kind of build up from there.
But what do I know...