Look No Further.
I don't usually give a five star rating unless I am really blown away by a product. This product blew me away. I bought it about 3 to 4 years ago after days of research, comparing YouTube videos, frequency response charts, and reading reviews. Finally, I decided this was the one. I was totally right.
Here's how my first time using this mic went: "Check, Che- woah!"
This microphone presents a particularly detailed character and presence. Also, I have never had so much proximity control (with the right input gain). As far as dynamic microphones under $ go, this is the one without question.
I have used all the others - Blue Encore, SM58 (duh who hasn't), Beta 58, AKG D5, Electro Voice, the e835, Shure Beta 87a; I've even used the SM7b, MD421, and RE20 on my live vocals! The Shure Beta series is nice (especially the Beta 87a but that is $ and a condenser. Also doesn't sound great on everyone), the SM7b sounds great on some louder pop voices, the MD421 and RE20 are good...but when I go to write up a live sound department budget, the only mic I recommend is the Sennheiser e935. When I play out, I always bring my e935. It really is just the best. Literally sounds great on almost everyone.
The only other mic I would really recommend universally like this is the Sennheiser e965. That is a great mic. Better than this one undeniably. Still, Sennheiser is the bomb. Even the Neumann and Telefunken handheld vocal mics are "good but not for everyone" in my opinion.
In short: Unless you're okay with spending $700, just get this one.