Reading good questions with lots of answers can be a lot of fun, but I always feel that there must be so many good answers buried in there, written by people that simply came too late.
When there are so many, then any answer that wasn't posted early on is almost equally likely to be a good answer, so I feel that there should be something that gives them a chance.
Because unfortunately I don't have nearly the time to read all the answers, I'd like to sort them in random order, to give them that equal chance - no matter how many votes they currently have.
It's great, that we already have random sorting among answers with equal votes - so I can start reading from the ones with the lowest votes. But following this strategy almost guarantees that such an answer won't be voted above 1. Sorting by "latest answer" also doesn't solve the problem, because good answers can hide somewhere in the middle.
Short version: I would love to have a random sorting link for answers (next to oldest/newest/votes), because it would add an additional bit of fairness to Stack Exchange, and it may result in more great answers bubbling to the top.