Sounds pretty darn fine to me.
I’ve used C2s as overheads before, and a Samson Q Kick as well. In the end it comes down to 1. quality of source material, 2. placement and 3. processing. If you can get all those ducks in a row, no one needs to know or how cheap the mics were.
I know you’ve already done a lot of work with virtual drums, and you always seem to get killer sounds. In some ways, being familiar with the source sounds of great sounding virtual drums is an excellent “taste-primer” for when the time comes to work with live material. It puts the engineer at an advantage over someone who had never heard a well recorded drum kit broken down into its constituent parts… So regardless of the tools you have on hand for the recording, you already have a bunch of fine “reference sounds” to aim for in the recording process.