Howdy Mr. Kelly,
I do not have the largest hands in the world, and often have a problem with a comfortable trigger reach on some weapons. I love my Sigs but only once the short/curved triggers have been installed in them. To make the CZs comfortable for me I use the SP-01/P-01 trigger (black) to replace the silver that came standard in my 75Bs in 40.
Having been a LEO for the past 3.5 decades, I have always been more geared to practical grips for me, rather than something that looks really nice. While I really like the look of wooden grips, for me practical is one made of rubber for the extra grip and control it affords me in rapid fire. I use the CZ factory rubber grip panels, as they are also very thin, which keeps me from having added to my trigger reach issues once solved with the more curved trigger installation.
So sorry sir, I can not really help you on wooden grips. But the link Mr. Gib provided seems to be a very popular choice for many folks on the CZ forum, and I hear only good things about them. If Mr. Gib uses them, maybe he can give you some first hand thoughts.
If you like the idea of thin rubber panels, you might check Ghost Products, Inc., which is the website for Angus Hobdell, the CZ smith I use, or they are available directly from CZ USA. The picture that Mr. Chris posted shows the factory CZ rubber grips installed on his pistol. If you want rubber grips a bit thicker (if you have a larger hand or like thicker grips) you might also take a look at the Hogue grips for the 75B.