Thanks very much everyone.
Here are some close up photos of the bocote spacer layer, large pistol primer fret markers, and the sound hole weave.
The spacer layer is actually a 1/8" thick by 1" wide strip of red oak with a 1/8" by 1/4" strip of bocote glued to each edge of the red oak strip. Only the bocote is seen. This spacer layer allows the fret board to project onto the top panel.
The fired pistol primers are my "sort of trademark", and it's far safer to hammer them into the pockets than live primers.
Actually, they look better and I just press them into the pockets with a flat block of wood until flush. They are a snug fit, and the tung oil finish on the fret board helps lock them in when it dries.
The weave is actually simple to create Angie. The screen capture shows a pair of horizontal vectors and a pair of vertical vectors that have been offset enough times to form the basic square grid. The a single 45 degree diagonal is offset enough times to fill in the square grid, sloping left and sloping right. Above the vectors is a small half circle that has been flattened a little by scaling. An ellipse will work also, but the flattened circle has slightly more abrupt sides. Once that is drawn, open the "Create shape from vectors" tool and select all grid vectors and set those as the rails, then select the flattened half circle as the shape and click on Done. That creates the weave model. If you want to cut through the wood in the "weave holes" use the "Create vector boundary from selected component" tool to create vectors to use for pocketing the holes through the material. This is not used on the bottom panel where I did not want sound holes.
I used a 1/32" tip diameter tapered ball nose cutter from Precise Bits to cut the weave patterns and used 10% stepover.
You can find good examples of weave patterns online by searching for Cane Weave and similar terms.