In the very near future I will have equipment that will allow me to do some CNC wood carving. This takes away a lot of the labor time for more basic tasks of woodworking projects. One of the first projects will be some steak boards. (nicer than the photo) When you do an internet search you can find mass produced steak boards with kind of generic looking wood for about $40 to $50 I was thinking about using nice wood and making ones that would sell for a few dollars more. These are my thoughts so far: Size around 14 inches long and 10ish wide. Juice groove around edges of the board. Possibly a juice well for dipping. 1st boards will probably be some figured walnut or maple. I could do some with extra fancy woods but the cost would increase in multiples of 2 to 4 times those with more normal-ish wood. Please share any opinions you have. I am open to input on woods, size and design of the boards. So......don't be shy. I bet you have some good ideas.