You seem to be slightly contradicting yourself in your request as you cannot have a 'fast' mat with 'good control'. If you want top speed go for a grained plastic mat as they actually have the least friction but if you want to be able to control your mouse and stop your mouse more easily too you are going to want a very smooth mat which produces higher friction due to more contact, generally Aluminium/Glass. This is not to say smooth hard mats are slow, but they are slower than grained ones.
I have 4 different types of mat, cloth, plastic topped hybrid, glass and Aluminium and my preference is the Aluminium. I like the ultra smooth direct feel of it and it has a fast but balanced speed IMO. I have also tried the Destructor 2 which is a grained plastic mat and found it too fast and uncontrollable and plastic hybrid pads give me similar problems. In general I think that in terms of speed (fastest first) the materials/types stack up like this:
Hard plastic > Hybrid > Aluminium > Glass (Ice mat) > Cloth.
The Aluminium mat I have is a Mad Catz G.L.I.D.E. 9: http://www.overclock.net/products/mad-catz-g-l-i-d-e-9-aluminium-gaming-surface/reviews/5720
(I did my best to make it an objective review so no 5 stars but ultimately I really like it). Other options for Aluminium mats include Razer Maticor and Invictus, these are slightly smaller and non-brushed but a similar price when I purchased, Roccat Alumic- which you might avoid immediately due to the feet on the corners, like the Invictus it is double sided with a grained and a smooth side. The grain,as with the plastic mats, I think increases the speed and reduces control-ability but some people just like speed