Sorry, but what kind of a question is this supposed to be? Just search the showcase for finished bodies with flame maple tops and check them out, browse the gallery and the finished threads here. There are hundreds of examples, pick something you like. There's no 'best finish for flame maple'.
I wouldn't call it inconsistency, but each Warmoth finish seems to be a independent work of art. They all look spectacular, but even on similar tops, the dyes and bursts differ from piece to piece. Some are darker or have a bigger or smaller burstover. But, it goes to show that their finish department is not an assembly line that cranks out mirror copies from piece to piece. Each piece of wood is unique and inherently gets a different treatment, albeit the same category of finish, piece to piece. That's one reason they do the peghead veneers and bodies at the same time I guess. The examples in the "paint" section of the site can differ greatly from the in-stock pieces.