I have to agree with this one. I tend to like the hand grater. It is a multitool and can be used for things like zest, ginger, etc… But if you do not like that here are some others. The first on is an alessi and is pretty wild.
I subscribed to Cooks Illustrated website, they have really good equipment review which comes in handy when I design some. According to them the most highly recommended grater is the Pedrini Rotary Grater :
followed by Kitchenaid’s
Both appreciated for their “Large hopper, sharp grating teeth, and fairly comfortable grip”
Funny because the Pedrini one doesnt seem to have the best handle in the world…
Regarding the Zyliss Grater I was the least aprreciated :
"plastic bends too much, the level of pressure is diminished and hand strain sets in almost immediately. Good for table use but bulky for storage. Downgraded for its small handle, which becomes slippery with use. "
I know you are probably looking for rotary graters this foldable PP box grater from joseph joseph is pretty interesting :
Finally I never used microplane graters for cheese, I know they’re terrific zester.