Here's the thing. Golf balls have gotten really really good with keeping driver spin down.
Here's a typical assumption that can be made. At least from the hot list 2013 golf ball chart of wedge versus driver spin.
All mid and low range golf balls are with in 300-400 rpm of each other off the driver. Except for the Maxfli U/2, which has loads of driver spin. Weird outlier there.
For premium golf balls the spin varies 300-700 rpm depending on the ball. A bit more spread there. Usually depends on how the layers are created and the type of core used.
For wedge spin. Here is were it gets fun. If you do not have a Erethane cover on the ball. Your looking at 4000-6000 rpm for a half wedge shot. This is with a 95 mph driver clubhead speed. So however that gets factored down. Still shows a clear divide between premium and non-premium golf balls. For Eurethane covered golf balls the spread is not nearly as large, 6500-7500 rpm. Really tight area on the graph for Erethane covers.
I don't take these as hard numbers, just trends.
Basically all balls will respond about the same on drivers when it comes to spin. Some might be more boring than others, but typically all golf balls are the same. Give you might find a few extra yards here and there based on matching up your swing with compression of the ball, and other things. Trial and Error sucks.
As for price trends,
No ball spun more than 5500 rpm (less than half) for a $20 dollar golf ball, EXCEPT!!!! for the Maxfli U/2. That sucker is a spin beast for both wedges and driver. I would say that is the best ball for the slowest of swing speeds. Those that need a lot of spin to get maximum carry and stoppage because their club head speed can't produce it.
As for the mid range prices ($21-$35). The wedge spin ranges the whole graph, 4500 to 7500 rpms. Just crazy dispersion. I would say that this price range tries to appeal to every golfer out there.
If you want a low wedge spin ball, Q-star. If you want a mid spin ball; Nike one RZN, Bridgestone E6, NXT tour. If you want a high spin ball; Chrome Hex and Hex+, Taylormade Erethane.
So basically you are looking at a cheap balls being low spin everything. Mid price balls vary by make and model. Erethane golf balls are low driver spin and high wedge spin.
Also, Erethane golf balls will skuff more. I hit some solid wedge shots that leave little bits of cover in the grooves of my irons. If you hit one on a cart path, its pretty much dead. So something to take into consideration.
Personally, and they are on sale now. Callaway Hex Chromes are the best ball on the market. Mid priced golf ball. Soft, great off the tee and around the greens. I played them all last year and had no qualms with them.