American Hinoki WRC 1-ply 9mm. I've owned 3 and played with them for about 4years.
Nittaku Runlox-05. Same as Avalox P500.
Darker 7P-2A. Newest acquisition great feeling but handle a bit too narrow as compared to the others.
Having got used to the 1-ply, all other blades tend to feel flimsy.
Stiga Tube Allround , very good feel and control , still fast enough (i would rate it AR+)
You can't go wrong with this one , in general the Stiga wood range has a great quality !
( I also know the Andro Super Core cell All+ is a great allround wood blade, it is faster than the Tube Allround, so less controlled, but better offensive potential, it has 7 wood layers).
Tinykin, if you like one ply Hinoki, you should try Darker Speed 90. Way better quality than the American Hinoki blades. They are still really good, but the Darker Speed 90 is just outrageous. If you did not like the 7P-2A's handle, think about getting a straight handle. They are thicker. The Darker Speed 90 is the most amazing all wood blade I have felt. Only problem with One Ply Hinoki blades, they break easily because they are one ply and the blades split at the grains in the wood. I recommend one of those metal cases fully supported if you are going to use a One Ply.
My favorite all wood blade for practical purposes remains the Stiga Clipper. One Ply blades are too thick at 9-12mm. A Clipper, at 7mm is manageable.
Yes, I will get the speed 90 one day. It will be my next deliberate purchase, hopefully.
Since my post, I have been using the 7P almost exclusively and I've got to grips with the slim handle (get it). It's interesting as it causes me to use a more close to the blade grip which is then used for all strokes rather than the slight change of grip that I usually do.
I think they don't use the 1-ply as they don't actually see one until they are already near-pro and the change would be too great at that stage. Plus, according to Forum wisdom, the big player-sponsors don't have a 1-ply comparable in quality to the Darker (but the player could swap handles, I suppose). But if they tried it when they were a competent player at say, 12yo, then more might have taken it on.