There are many good bushcraft style knives on the market. Steels and Handles will vary and finding the one the fits your needs best will be the challenge.
For high end production knives it will be hard to beat the Fallkniven F1 and H1 kinves. The laminated VG10 is a highly regarded process creating a very nice edge while maintaining extreme durability. You can also purchase their blanks so you can customize the end product.
When it comes to high end custom there has been plenty of buzz about this knife.http://www.skookumbushtool.com/
It also had a write up in overland journal not too long ago. If you do a search you will see it discussed on the knife forums and mostly compared to Fallkniven.
However, if you want something on the lower end that still seems to be commonly used in the Bush Craft courses, the Mora are hard to beat. They are so inexpensive that you can have several stored in all your kit.
There are many on this forum that have far more reaching knowledge of Bush Craft and Metallurgy.
To really delve into these style of knives I would wait to see them chime in and check out BladeForums.com and Knifeforums.com.
Good luck in your choice. If you do customize your own blank, please share the end result.
2006 AEV Unlimited Rubicon. Silver. 6-speed. 255/85R16. OME ZJ/LJ. Nth TT. Alloy Shafts. 4.56 gears.