A friend of mine has the Shure PG package, and it's pretty decent stuff for the price, but if you don't need to do a full close miked setup, I'd try using just a kick mic and a pair of decent OH's in a Glyn Johns config. Depending on how your garage sounds you might want to check out an extra condenser/ribbon as a room mic. Most of the Led Zeppelin stuff was done with 3 or 4 mics in a Glyn Johns config with an additional room or snare mic, so if your drums sound good, you should be able to record them good. If you have a list of what gear you have and perhaps an indication of what you're planning to spend, we'll be able to help you out much better.
I used to use these back in highschool. Worked great but I used mic stands instead of the drum clips as my drummer and myself personally when I played drums in a different band would always hit the mics.
Now for overheads I would use sterling audio pencil condensers they are dirt cheap used on ebay. Also the sm57 would always go on snare drum and I would put a big Condenser on the kick preferably a mxlv67i
I will be recording mostly Indie/alternative stuff, maybe a bit of rock as well. And with my budget I currently have only £200 to spend, (yes i know it really isnt that much!) But I am forever saving up!