If you search these forums, you will find the 1Up (fairly expensive) and the Kurt Kinetics (particularly the fluid resistance ones) highly regarded for durability, low noise, & versatility (range of wheel sizes). The Kurt Kinetic fluid models also allow you to convert speed into watts reasonably accurately using a table on their site or their cyclocomputer.
Dedicated trainer tires tend to be the most quiet, but only relevant if you have a quiet trainer in the first place (all fan trainers are quite noisy). Continental makes the Hometrainer Ultrasport and Tacx
makes a dedicated trainer tire (tyre). In the 559 size, the Hometrainer is 1.75" while the Tacx is 1.25", so one may fit your rim better than the other. Some recent posts recommend the Tacx over the Continental and the Continental can be difficult to mount on a rim. Note that neither is to be used for road riding; apparently the harder rubber compound etc. has undesirable characteristics.
ProBikeKit has a sale on the 559/26" Tacx Trainer Tyre for only about $27 including shipping in US LINK
. The Tacx is a bit harder to find than the Continental and the ProBikeKit sale price is quite low.