It sounds as if you are mostly interested in the British variants. Besides books, I use the following websites for reference:
Of the type built in USA called the Bogue class, the British had 34 total, 11 of the Attacker class (including Tracker) and 23 of the Ruler class. The distinctions are a little bit of fun, in that the Attacker class only had four twin 40mm mounts, where the later Ruler class mounted eight twins, just as the Skywave/Tamiya Bogue kit provides.
It is initially exciting to find plans for HMS Battler (Attacker class) at
and HMS Puncher (Ruler class) at
These do show the different 40mm configurations.
Both drawings do show the Landing Signal Officer's (LSO) platform portside aft, which is missing from the kit.
Most of the Ruler class were modified in Canada to replace the single 20mm guns with power operated twins, usually replacing the group of three singles with two twins. The single 20mms at the bow were replaced by twins, one for one. A few of the Attacker class were refitted later with the twin 20mms.
The biggest part that I wrestle with is the flight deck length. The British wanted the flight deck to be longer and it was added in the initial set of modifications at a Canadian shipyard. The American flight deck was 438' long and the British extended it to 450'. You can see a photo of this at the first reference, scrolling down to HMS Thane, or just at http://www.vintagewings.ca/Portals/0/Vintage_Stories/News%20Stories%20N/Ruler%20Class/Thane9.jpg
In 1/700 scale that addition is a bit under 6mm, if you want to bother with it.
The Booklets of General Plans don't show the flight deck extension, as the plans were created when the ship was built at a US yard, not showing later mods for the RN.
That was probably Too Much Information (TMI) and I apologize in advance.