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I'm a big fan of the Kensington Expert Mouse. The large billiard sized ball allows momentum. The four buttons are beautifully placed, can be programmed however you like, and even support chording. (Two buttons clicked at once to perform an additional action.) The scroll wheel works nice and smoothly.
That said, it's not perfect. I wish that scroll wheel had momentum so you could just spin it. The software *used* to be able to set up different actions based on which application you were in. I REALLY wish they would bring that feature back.
Even so, this is still the best, highly ergonomic trackball I've yet discovered. "Trackballs" with little marble sized balls are just lousy ergonomically, not to mention downright silly. (IMHO)
What are your specific applications / activities where significant momentum is helpful? The chording is a unique ability, but pretty much every good pointer these days has fully programmable buttons.
I do programming, so I use a 30" monitor. Being able to whiz the pointer across the screen is a huge help, but there's still enough precision that I can do detail work.
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