I am now having a look at those reflection/isolation booths
Make sure you need it before you pop for that much money. They're intrusive and not cheap.
Behringer UM2 seeing as you said it was pretty good
I said I liked it. It seems to do everything I need although that's not my first choice.
I own a Shure X2U which does a very similar job, but the designers didn't have me in mind. It's too quiet and it's noisier than I think is good. It's lose/lose. I've had it for years and I've never used it on a job. I complained to Shure and they said, "That's the way it is. Have a happy day."
You should know that it's nearly 100% certain you will not need the Yeti Curse filter in your correction suite. You won't have a Yeti any more. That and you will have an XLR cable between the microphone and the UM2.
(You should make sure you have at least one XLR cable in your kit) The USB cable has a practical limit of about 6 feet or so (2M), But there is no practical limit for the XLR. 100 feet (30M). If you do that, I should avoid running the cable over high power electric motors or in front of broadcast radio transmitters.