Same as you guys, I generally only boost for attack on the drums and use subtractive EQ everywhere else. I get tons of low end on floor toms with an Audix D4, I love that mic on floor toms, sometimes it even seems like too much low end and I need to reign in it. I've used the same approach with kick drums no matter what mic I end up using. Find the "click" I like and boost there as needed, a little if it's something laid back and alot of it's something like metal. Be as aggressive as you want with the EQ. I pull out some mid range around 400hz-ish and use the low shelf to control the low end overall. I always gate the kick so that it's punchy and tight. I've a friend who uses a beta 91a and never gates his kicks, he reckons it doesn't need it. I've stopped gating snares at most gigs now, unless I know the band has no ghost notes or side stick/cross stick stuff. Tired of bypassing the gate and missing some hits. If it's a band I know and do alot then I'll bypass as the parts are coming up.