Can't say I used all that many mice over the years, so I can't really comment on the ones on that list, but I can comment on the one I'm using right now, which I'm very satisfied with so far after a few months of use.
Which is this one: https://steelseries.com/gaming-mice/rival-500
My requirements for choosing it were: left/right wheel tilt, tons of buttons (especially for my thumb), ability to customse the buttons. So far I can definitely say I am very pleased with it, although like with everything, it's not perfect.
- comfortable to hold and use
- thumb buttons are easy to get used to and to distinguish (you don't mix up the buttons)
- there's a place to grip the mouse with your thumb if you want to lift it up without accidentally pressing a button
- to me it seems very precise and responsive, even without a mousepad (I'm not a hardcore gamer, but in the FPS/TPS games I played, I never felt it caused issues with my aim)
- very good and easy to understand software: you can customise every single button, set up macros, set up profiles for specific programs/games, it even has a rumble feature if you're into that sort of thing (tho I never used it so far)
- the 2 top thumb buttons are almost impossible to reach without moving your hand unless you have gigantic hands
- wired version only (for me that's not a problem and seems like not for you either, but unlike with certain mice that has wired and wireless versions, this only came in wired)
- pretty damn heavy for a mouse (129 g / 4.6 ounces) and there's no option to make it lighter, tho during gameplay you tend to not even notice it
- the software became pretty bloated as they updated it: now they use it to promote their other stuff and added lot of features unrelated to the hardware you might not ever care about
- a real pain in the ass if you ever want to take it apart for maintenance/cleaning, as not only do you have to ruin the rubber pads on the bottom to access the screws, it also has 2 ribbon cables connecting it together, which are a nightmare to reconnect (talking from experience)
I know it's not the newest mouse, and I see SteelSeries says it's no longer avaiable at them, but it might be worth checking it out still if you can.