I also have a pair of Acopa Spectres and they fit well on my EE width feet. I like the comforable last, the rubber is reasonably sticky, and the rand is well designed. The critical step for me was fine tuning the shoe length so that both overall length and arch alignment were the best possible. After trying on a few pair, I opted to go with a half size larger on my right foot. It cost a little more, and I had to wait a month, but the fit is great.
I also have a pair of Scarpa Marathons. It's a pretty good design, although I don't think the materials are up to Scarpa's usual quality. But what I found is that by soaking the leather upper (an unavoidable stream crossing, but that's another story) and then wearing them dry, I ended up with a terrific fit - and yellow stained feet.