That would work except he said really good and really big. That mouse only fits one of those categories.
Funny you'd say that, since the Deathadder you linked fits neither of the categories.
The Deathadder 2013 does have a flawless sensor, whereas the RAT mice (and all of Razer's laser mice) uses the Phillips Twin Eye sensor, which is the worst laser sensor on the market. The construction and build quality of the Deathadder just happen to be crap. Most people go through 2 a year.
Console war in a nutshell: http://imgur.com/xA6GJZ9
(and all of Razer's laser mice) uses the Phillips Twin Eye sensor
Most. The new 2014 Naga doesn't use a PTE.
What I've found over the years is Razer mice are pretty much lighter than other manufacturer's mice. My Naga feels pretty much hollow, as did my Copperhead, Deathadder, Lachesis, and Diamondback before it. If you squeeze one of their mice a bit hard you'll hear some creaky plastic.
I can say personally my Left-Handed Deathadder has lasted more than 2 years, but I know you'll hear the people that complain Razer stuff breaks in 3 days, etc.
The length of the Deathadder is ~5", which is on the smaller end of what TC is looking for. I've found the shape of the DA to be ok for pretty much any grip, but I felt most at home using claw.