I've miked toms by pointing a SDC at the shell, angled downward, and it sounds fine. Solves a lot of placement and leakage problems. Does anyone else mic the shell, or am I out of my mind? (Don't answer that.)
I rarely mic toms, but on occasions where I mic snare, I often put it on the side, with the null pointing at the hat, and kind of use the body of the snare to block sound from the toms and kick...if that seems to be what sounds good. You can usually get more isolation under the snare, but the side can get a good mix of the thwack from the top, and the rattle from the snares, and still have a peak transient that jives with the overhead.
For the last couple of years I've been micing the snare from the side, about halfway down the shell pretty much straight in, offset a bit from the vent, using an old modular C451/CK1 +10 db pad, hat in the null. Gives a good balance between top and bottom and sounds like a snare drum. Recently scored a KM84, looking forward to using that on a session this Saturday...
Rest of the kit is miced with Weedy's take on a Gyn Johns, more or less.
For years and years I used to close mic everything but it doesn't sound right to me anymore.