If the typical plastic mouse isn’t doing it for you, why not get some wood? It’s called the Jupiter Mouse because it’s wood-grain swirls resemble the gas giant and the famous red spot. How it actually works is different from the typical mouse as well.
It has built-in tilt sensors, so when you tilt it right, the mouse pointer moves right and when you tilt it left it will do likewise. The mouse pointer speed can also be controlled according to the tilt. You can get yourself in on this wooden mouse action for just shy of $140.