Completely agree. But while the internal shock mount was great, the weak point was the clear plastic stand clips that did not stand any rough treatment found in real-life environments. I think they later produced a black clip that was less brittle. I remember gluing those clear clips regularly. I am sure we have a box of 4 of them somewhere out the back (mics and clips). My introduction to using the 441 was as a vocal mic for a band pianist back in the early 1980s. Back then the mic kit included a MD441, a MD421 and a MD416 (and some Shure 565s and 545s and AKG C451s).
The mic and clip both look like classic AKG from the mid 1970s. I think it's a D140e, although it could be a D24e.