IMO, most people will get on well with a neutral high vision shoe. The problem is if you have some.more severe probation issues then a stability shoes may help, but it isn't always obvious. And running stores will put too many people in to stability shoes, good stores will provide a lot of useful advice and will more carefully consider shoe choices based on you experiences, shoe history, prior injuries, training type etc. However, ignoring gait analysis. You absolutely have to go to a local run store and try on many pairs to find the right shoe. You can't buy online until you have experience. Some shoes get great reviews but if they don't fit your feet or They don't feel right then they are useless. A good run store will give you several pairs to try, and based contour feed back can suggest other pairs or advise you on which one they thinkwould work best for your training. This will ultimately save you a lot of time and money. Even just getting the sizing right is impossible without trying them on. I normally have a size 10.5 but it varies from 10 to 11depending on the shoe. Then there is the whole width issue. Every manufacturer is different, and even shoes from the same company have very different fits Running is a cheap sport. It is worth spending the dosh on good running shoes and pay for local running store for the advice. This doesn't mean never buy online. Once you have a shoe you like then by all means look for discounts and sales. But if you want to try something new go to your run store try on many pairs , and buy the ones which work well. Also be aware that models can so.etimes change year to year, sometimes just superficial. When a new model comes out I go to the store to test it . If you are a frequent customer then theybrtpxislky can cut you a good deal. Not internet prices but close.