I'm using the SE Electronics 4400a Overheads Matched Pair - which are amazing - they are such a versatile mics! Various patterns so you can change the sound you get just by flicking a switch. I'm using them with the Recorderman Technique. On the Snare I'm using an EV PL35 and on the kick a Shure Beta 52A. Running it all into a Focusrite Sapphire Pro 40 (Got the option of spot micing the whole kit with the 8 inputs) and then into a MacBook Pro. I'm using Garage Band at the moment software wise but thinking about maybe getting Reaper or Cubase. Using an old JVC Digital camera for video although again thinking about updating this to an HD one.
Just got it all set up and mics placed this afternoon but going to tweak them a little to get my desired sound and get the audio and visuals synced etc once I've got a nice recording.
Have to say as this is the first time I've set up a home studio I'm having a great time. I've done loads of research into various mic placements and techniques and with my degree I'm Creative Music and Sound Tech I'm hoping I can get a really nice drum sound. Couldn't have done it without the help I got on the MD forum!