My own advice would be that any of the middle to upper bracket paddles should work just fine. They are different, but if you have no preference to start with, any paddle will work for you. Just don't try to use one of the $9.99 bargain thingies from that web sales site. Choose one from a known manufacturer and just work with it. Try different settings of contact space and tension. Find what you like and just use it. Don't worry about which one is the "best." It will be years before you need that "best" paddle to get any better at sending code. The major brands that start in the middle price range would include Bencher and Vibroplex. In the upper ranges, there are many boutique manufacturers, but if you are just starting out on paddle-CW, I'd recommend the mid-range paddles to start. I used a Bencher BY-1 (spring tension) for about 35 years, then a Bencher Hex-Key (magnetic tension) for another 5 or so, and now a N3ZN model ZN9 magnetic paddle. I could go back to the BY-1 is pressed, but I do like the action on the ZN9 better.