The favored design for Grid seems to be One-piece Metal Plate Hooks due to a visually simpler outline. Though at the outset seemingly offering a lesser profile, All Wire Backplates, when used in profusion, more than double the number of visible wires and sometimes become excessively busy … almost as prickly as a porcupine.  Some also say that the original All Wire design looks dated, but you must be the judge of that. Here are common designs of each as a Baseline Post for research on Grid Hooks. Both are available from most manufacturers. If you don’t see it in the catalog and must have it, ask your representative. “Green” color powdercoating and extruded label holders are optional, obviously. And matching or contrasting hook colors are equally possible.

SEE “Boots Hanging or Standing” for a good example of how visually recessive Metal Plate Backplate Grid Hooks can be in use. On the subject of fixture cohabitation and  hooks “prickly as a porcupine,” see the related topic of “Hedgehog’s Dilemma.”

For a great selection of Grid posts see…
Curved Grid and Grid Hook
V-Back Loop Hook for Grid
Diagonal Grid with Custom Hook
Speaker Platforms for Wire Grid
Grid Backplates: Plate vs Wire
Green Grid Hosts Grey All Wire Hooks
Corded, Drop-Shadowed, 4″ Grid
V-Back Grid Display Hook
Butt Welded J-Hook for Grid
Pin-Up Hook for Wire Grid.
Hybrid Grid / Bar Hook
Rare Anti-Sweep Grid Hook
Malleable Aluminum Grid Hooks
Grid Hook Lacks Grid
Zip-Tied Grid Hook
Grid Hook on Inverted Basket
Primitive But Creative Display
Grid Backplate Transforms Display
Elbow Faceout for Grid Turns Right Angle
Grid-Based Open Wire Shelf
Coffin Case Median Grid
Boots Hanging or Free-Standing
Savvy Auto Salon Sells Via Grid
Baseball Bals Tethered to Grid
Hang Tag As Grid Back Tag
Umbrella Waterfall Rack for Grid
Pin-Up Hook as Grid Mount

For a Pinterest Board visual summary see…
Hooks: Grid Concepts and Hooks in Retail