Lumpyoatmeal saidIt may depend on how much you run. For example, I run every other day for about 30 minutes, on asphalt. I've tried Brooks, New Balance, Asics, Saucony, and perhaps others, and have never noticed any significant difference. Meaning that if you're not doing a lot of running it may not matter.
The only problem I've had is that it took me awhile to realize that our feet get bigger as we get older. When I was in my 20s I was a size 12 and for the longest time I kept squeezing my feet into size 12s when I was in my late 40s and 50s; now I wear size 14 and my feet are much happier. 14 is what the foot measuring thing at the shoe store says as well.
The other trick is tying your shoe laces so that they don't get looser while you're running. When you do that initial twist/wrap of the laces before you make the bow knot, wrap the laces twice; the right one over away from you and the left one over towards you (or the right one over/around twice; same thing). And when you do that you won't need to pull the laces tight since they won't loosen while you're running.
I tie the ends of the laces, then when I tie the knot, I pull it all the way to the end, and tuck that into the shoe, towards the arches.
I wear UnderArmour shows, and have found the Spine series good for me (but with Sofsole insoles for arch support). I have the Spine Venom, the Spine Vice, and one more in that series. But I'm used to it after having it for a few years. I'm also used to running between 3-8 miles 3x weekly.
The Speedform Apollo's have been no good for me - within a week I had pretty bad shin pain.