I went from a well-worn set of Bauers and fit up a set of new(er) midrange Easton skates. I dont' recall the exact model, but anyway it's the typical lightweight, rigid, with pieces of thermoplastic bonded or stitched into the skate.
The standing fit was fine, but once I got on the ice and tried flexing my ankles and making full strides the skates bit into my leg all around the top of the skate. They never broke in - I developed swelling at those spots that make the fit and pinch even worse. Just be careful of this if you're used to a less supportive skate, and especially if you're changing brands.
Pretty sure that was an Easton thing. I know someone who had the same problem and one of the guys I was staking with worked at a shop and said he heard that same complaint often. I believe it's been addressed by Easton.
Oh, and the Vector pros are probably better then both of those skates you were looking at since you are looking at lower end Graf's and Easton's vs high end Vector's.