Its more a nuisance than anything else. I got them both second hand for $60 and $70 a number of years ago. The Woodie still played quite well but the Boron had been broken and repaired which made it pretty darn heavy. The Woodie was smooth as silk and Id actually say if you liked a heavy-ish frame with quite a bit of flex and were willing to string it quite low you could still play with it today.
Guess one day I'll try to replace them. Have to say though, the Woodie and the Head Edgewood were two of the best looking racquets I've ever seen. Nothing beats that classical combination of wood and leather.