The problem is that can't select the wood from either company. I have some olter Squier necks that are beautiful and a MIM Strat with really blah maple. For Fender, it’s really just a question of maple, rosewood or pau ferro fretboards. Warmoth offers a wide range of wood species and you can put together some interesting combinations. They might not be cheap, but you’d get what you want. I had a bass once with an exotic canary wood neck, capped with an ebony fretboard.