This may sound like an extreme answer Danny, but if you really prefer the look of the more figured woods and you can't find plywood with those veneers as a top layer, it wouldn't be very hard for you to buy some veneer and put your own choice of top layers on before you cut them. When done on small pieces, veneer isn't that hard to apply. You can buy it at Woodcraft or any number of places in a variety of woods and in either paperbacked or standard. Cut a piece a little larger than the plywood you will use, coat both the top of the plywood and the back of the veneer with contact cement (preferably not the low odor type). Set the veneer on top of the plywood and then use something to roll it out and remove any bubbles in the glue. You can use a router or sander to flush cut the edges, and you are in business with the wood of your choice. If you go that route, you might want to consider putting some kind of laminate on the back side of the plywood also to prevent curling due to drying and uneven pressures on the plywood.