Found at HD today some very clean, A-A plywood called golden virola. It's 9 ply, very low voids, although some small ones, but looking at the 2'x4' cut up pieces, it is very low void for off-the-shelf plywood. Also with 9 plys, the voids are small where present. This seems very comparable to paraply, but the grain is much more attractive. I found some info on MOE, but it doesn't specify what thickness, or whether it was plywood that was spec'd. Does anyone know how this compares to marine ply? What species is marine ply? This would seem much easier to laminate, since smooth on both sides, and the info I found reports that it glues very well. Thanks!