The CM3100? I don't think it would last 4 years as an everyday glove, two maybe. It is somewhat broken-in at the factory. I don't know if any of the gloves mentioned would last 4 years of high school baseball plus summer and fall ball. As for Aso, you can break-in any glove like he does. I used one of my son's broken wood bats as a mallet (just shaped the broken end on the lathe to make a handle) to help him break in his Mizuno. You still need to play lots of catch though to get it just right, and then take care of the glove. All gloves break-in differently, I can't tell you if an All-Star will break in the same as a Wilson. If the lacing pattern is similar then the break-in should be similar. It also depends on where you place your fingers in the glove. My son stuffs his pinky and 4th finger into the pinky slot in the glove and moves the others over one slot, gives better pocket definition and helps avoid some pain when catching hard thrown balls (a suggestion from a minor league player).