I'm partial to log grown, especially the cold weather strains that take a year plus sometime closer to 2 years until fruiting. We had them on Oak (Both white & red), Beech, Poplar (fast run, big fruitings collapsed logs afterwards) Yeah the fruiting log, a grow kit anything with a fruit body drew them in. Pink oyster, golden and King were all eye catchers too. I liked selling my "crooked" logs at shows, they ticked me off when were stacking, rotating etc. but people loved them-"artsy" I guess? We also did classes which were a big hit, they are fun and can make you some but you almost have to do them when your running crazy, oh yeah and wrote a book!