razer deathadder. wired, led, $50.
another good choice is always the logitech offerings such as what ubrales suggested.
in general... if you buy some no-name mouse from who-knows-where just because it looks pretty.. chances of it working right aren't as high as a common mouse brand that has plenty of reviews behind it.
if you don't want any sort of input lag when utilizing your usb bus heavily, you might want to use a usb->ps/2 adapter. just some generic advice which applies to any mouse.