“Mud” usually lives in the 250-500 Hz range. Don’t be afraid to scoop some of that out with an EQ. Most drum tracks need this, no matter how well recorded.
Your BD mics sound good in isolation, but the goal is to get them to cut through heavy guitars, bass, and vocals, right? You can supplement with samples (this practice is ubiquitous), Additionally, you can boost around 4kHz to hear the attack of the bass drums a bit better in the mix. It doesn’t matter so much how the drum sounds when solo’d, bc no one’s going to hear that, except whoever is mixing.
Do you have a RTA to help see what's going on?