Good mic. Bad mount.
I'm not sure if I just have bad luck, or if Neat being such a new company just hasn't gotten enough feedback, but it seems their QC isn't up to par with some other companies. I recently got the Worker Bee and I love the mic itself, and also got the Beeline mic cable which is a fantastic, high quality quad cable (five stars on that!) but the shock mount for the worker bee simply cannot hold the weight of the mic. I tighten the thumb screw (the big one that lets the whole mount swivel, not the two smaller ones on the bottom) as tight as I can get it by hand without breaking the plastic joint, and the mic still just swings down and points toward the floor. Sweetwater promptly sent me a replacement mount, but it does the same thing, and was actually even worse than the first one. After two tries I decided to return the mic and go with a Blue Microphones Bluebird.
Its a shame because for the money, this is a fabulous mic. Gave me some great results recording with my acoustic when I had the mount secured with rubber bands. Ultimately I decided I want a product that works the way it should, and didn't care to try a third time on this one.
It seems others may not have this issue, but be aware that it exists and you may get a model with this useless mount.
I personally will be staying away from Neat until their next generation of mics, or if they revamp the shock mount. Then I may grab a King Bee in the future.