The only one that I know of is Virtuoso.
Any silicones that are in the polishes have a tendency to find their way into cracks, and possibly prevent cracks from ever being glued up. This seems to also be a problem with Fretboard Cleaners and oils such at Fretboard Honey. There is NO ingredient list, and a call to the factory will give you 100% No ingredients. Seems pretty bogus.
I like Meguiars Show Car Glaze which is a very fine rubbed polish several grades up from rubbing compound and similar to the Music Nomad product.
As mentioned, I always us Meguiars and Preservation Polish from StewMac....supposedly silicone-free. I really like the results from both!
Fretboards, naptha for the dirt and a citrus/beeswax formula for moisture/sheen.
Out of curiosity, what are the ingredients in guitar polishes (I'm talking the ones Fender, Gibson, Dunlap, etc. sell as opposed to ones you use in the finishing process)? Why not just get a jug of whatever is the main component, put it in a spray bottle, then mix some liquid with lemon scent or something, and call it a day? It seems like those polishes are one of those things you could make a gallon of for $10. Am I wrong?
I normally use fender of gibson polish. The first one i bought (gibson) said it was made out of oil (petroleum). The new ones don't say a thing. I have a silicon polish special for polyester finished furniture and another for urethane finish. Both have a particular smell (of course im sure they can remove the smell with some chemicals if they want). That could be useful as a hint. Besides, both polishes leaves your fingers sticky or something after using them. I don't think that happens with regular instrument polish.
I also like Maquires easy to find at most auto retailers, I also use the swirl remover.