Yu Jing and ISS. They've got speed bumps, but that's not what I'd call control. Every time I play I feel like I'm a tiger hiding in tall grass during ARO, ready to explode during active turn with precision cuts and brute force, but hoping the hunters don't spot my weak flank. I rarely if ever am able to actually control the movements of my opponents since Yu Jing has few units that can effectively stack modifiers in ARO. Yu Jing is better at taking small areas and hunkering down. I'd nominate Pan-O and CA for better candidates for control, both have strong ARO threats capable of covering larger areas of the board. There is also the vector of counter-deception (surveillance?) that Yu Jing excels at with MSV and Sensor all over the place, beaten only by ISS.