In my opinion, suspended steel mesh is going to drain the best, with the least effort.
I have not yet tried the most fine of fukamushi in a 'large ball filter' but I have tried fukamushi in which the tea isn't so fine. Maybe it's actually a mid-steamed sencha. Anyways, it worked fine, but it won't drain as easily as a suspended steel mesh. You will have to shake it more, for a longer period of time, to get more of the last drops out of the pot.
I personally do not like the 'super fine ball filter'. The holes are so small that tea seems to get stuck in them, rendering the filter not as effective. With the 'large ball filter' this apparently doesn't happen.
Personally, I wouldn't go anywhere near a 'super fine ball filter'. It's simply not going to function like a SS filter.
I have no experience with the other filters you've posted. If you do go with the 'small ball filter' make sure the holes go right up agains the wall of the kyusu. Chip has expressed before that if this doesn't happen, it drains very poorly.
My experience with asamushi and fuka that's not very fine is that the ceramic filter works, but you have to pour more slowly, and when you get to the end, you have to shake it for a longer period of time to get all the last drops out.
Another thing, that I learned from Chip is... if you get a ceramic filter kyuusu, make sure it's not a flat shape. A flat shaped kyuusu will make it harder to drain because with a rounder or taller kyuusu some of the tea will stay toward the bottom as the water drains toward the top.
Here is a good place to buy an artisan kyuusu, and the place where I purchased mine:http://artisticnippon.com/product/tokon ... eindex.htm