One day you will recognize that there are different mic types for different purpose and different audio interfaces for different purpose...
I use my Logitech webcam with mic every day and I periodically use my Sound Blaster. But that is a music forum
No offense, I am noob in recording. It took me a while to understand why musicians overcomplicate the life with quite expensive devices, for which drivers are nightmare while the number of channels is only 2 (!?) and they do not have DSP (my ISA Sound Blaster had one!). There are several objective reasons they exist.
The same (may be even more) with mics.
Note that the price is not major point. To record audio (instruments, vocal) it is possible to get an entry level audio interface with entry level mic under $100. But that is not Sound Blaster.
Just several hints:
* a studio mic should pickup even tiny noise, that is an intention; stage mic should (and will) not.
* there is a good reason why pop filter is not "build-in" (you do not think that during manufacturing $500 mics they have "forgotten" it or have decided to save a bit on that part, right?)
* audio interfaces for music are primary concentrated on pre-amplifiers, "heavy" headphones outputs, not destroying signal during routing and (at least relatively) low latency. I know SB claims very low latency, the problem whenever someone ask to measure it using standard loop back test, there are no replies. With headphones it can be sufficient. With the noise level I can imagine newer models are significantly better the older. But there is no (normal) pre-amps. I mean sound recording technically is different in that case.