I am very fond of the blue Schoeps CMIT-5U and have 4 of them which I tend to use on my documentaries and interviews since their release in 2006. Prior to that I used Sennheiser MKH 416, and we tended to use those on the Jackass films because of their rugged construction and ability to deal with loud/explosive sound levels, dust, flying debris, and fluids.
For lav mics I use a Tram 50 through Sennheiser wireless kits like the G3 100.
For stereo concert recordings I usually hire audio recordists, but for quick setups have sometimes used a Shure VP88 or the built in plastic mics of the Zoom H4N recorder. The audio from the plastic mics of the Zoom has generally come out better than the Shure VP88 when used near each other in the same room, despite being much less expensive.
Thanks. Just finished up some final interviews and hope to show a work in progress cut at All Tomorrow’s Parties in England in early December, then figure out how to screen it in the US early in 2012.