Summary: It's a bit longer than the ME 66, so it can be a little tricky to maneuver in tight spaces, but if you're in a large room or open spaces, not a problem at all swinging around! Little more focused than the ME 66, sounds really good. Also got a ME 64 with the purchase and it sounds fantastic as well. It's a little more forgiving considering it's polar pattern, not for shotgun purposes I'd think.
Summary: I am a professional videographer. I purchased the microphone in order to move up to a higher quality shotgun microphone. The ME67 is a high quality shotgun mic. I am very pleased with my purchase and will put it to good use.
Summary: I use this mic mainly for recording natural sounds to accompany photographs that I take. Much of my recording has been done within earshot of automobile traffic, but I find that with some care for how I position myself I am able to get a recording that it is clean enough to be usable. I took an ME 66 with me to Germany last year and was recording bird song in city parks in Munich, with nice results, but the ME 67 is much more powerful.