I'd go with the Crossroad. Reason being is that even with average to faster ball speed, it would be more forgiving on the lane. The Too Reckless is good, but if you throw faster speed, it can be more prone to blowing through the breakpoint on the back end and you'd lose hook potential if that happens. That is because that ball by design will give more length before becoming angular (probably an extra 3 feet in length compared to the Crossroad).
2 other options to look are the HyRoad and Nomad Dagger.
The HyRoad is basically identical to the Crossroad except for a slightly modified core (HyRoad uses Inverted Fe2, Crossroad uses Inverted Fe3). Both balls use the same R2X hybrid cover. I throw it and it works well on most medium patterns. Plus, this will probably save you some cash since it is an older release. But, every time Storm has tried to kill it off, it keeps coming back every year. That ball has been around since 2008.
The recently discontinued Nomad Dagger is a great choice also. Made by Roto Grip (Storm's sister company), this is an awesome hybrid that performs really well on most medium conditions. It in my opinion has one of the best cover/core matches that I have seen. That ball just works really well for most everyone using it. I know it did for me (throwing around 19-22mph, 380-430 revs) before I sold my arsenal earlier this year for what I have now. Very predictable as well.
Big difference between Roto Grip and Storm is that the Storm balls tend to give a little more length and typically are more angular in the back. Roto Grip tends to be more of an earlier read but strong consistant arc motion. Also, the price point for RG tends to be slightly less in some cases.
Any of the 3 that are mentioned here would be worth looking at.
However, as I always advise for someone newer, make sure you work with a good pro shop and also make sure they watch you throw some shots on the lane. Also, make sure they measure your PAP (Positive Axis Point). This way, they can match a layout to your game. If a pro shop is not willing to watch you throw some shots or take the proper measurements, then find a different shop that will.
Good luck and if you have any other questions, feel free to PM me.