Wow you have boujou? Thats awesome $10k, anyway looks like mocha should be fine for this as I don't see a ton of camera movement in that shot where you want to track. Do you know how to use mocha? If not there are tuts while working on that scene. Here's a few http://cgi.tutsplus.com/articles/advanced-motion-tracking-with-mocha-ae--ae-15231 and for various tracker apps including the built in one http://cgi.tutsplus.com/articles/26-tracking-and-matchmoving-tutorials--ae-7394
This is my first time using mocha, I thought I was using it and understanding it correctly, the best track I've had in mocha was tracking the post in the left corner because it is on screen the whole time, but my issue has been that because the colors are all the same the trackers move and there doesn't seem to be a good reference point to use. I'm still new to motion tracking and this scene is just proving to be more difficult than I had anticipated, I'll look at those tutorials and see if they help.
First trim your shot to just the frames you want. Next, and I'm assuming you want to attach something to what ever you are tracking. The 3d camera tracker is completely the wrong tool for that. Pick some detail that is at least 25 to 30 pixels square and try to track thee position of that detail. You may have to make the track box bigger. You may have to do some hand work. If that works fine you are done.
If you use Mocha you have to track a plane. You'll need to study up.