What size glove do you want? The Pudge is a 32", that may not be the best option for you, depends on how good you are. My son is new to catching (HS coach is converting him) and is using a Mizuno GXC10 picked up from the auction site at a very attractive price. My mitt is a mid-level Rawlings but I might be getting something else (in a 34" mitt) since mine is now pretty worn out. I would probably avoid the Primo because of weight. We have a high-end baseball store in the area and so we have a fair selection of very decent gloves. I tried on, and really like the All-Star gloves CM3000 or CM3100 in whatever size floats your boat. The Wilson A2000's are a very good glove too. I didn't like the fit as much as the All-Stars but that's just me - your experience is likely to be very different. You should go to the various glove manufactures web sites and use their dealer locator to find a more specialist baseball dealer in your area, then start calling around and make a road trip.