Hi Scruffy1. Not really. Back then I thought Woo Menus were pretty cool. Funny thing is they always seem to work sort of, but sooner or later I'd find the wrong menu in the wrong place and it was a navigational problem. So I finally turned to the time-honored axiom, K.I.S.S. and decided that the custom menus, and ultimately all of WooDojo wasn't really necessary and caused too many conflicts.
By "too many," I don't mean "a lot," I just mean that it was never quite seamless, even though we're only running about 8 plugins. (maybe 8 is a lot, IDK, but I'm sure some peeps must run a lot more)
I totally love WordPress, but I am finding it a bit more "fragile" than I expected. Just to get a theme to work totally glitch free can be a challenge. Then, of course, other times lots of "crazy" elements seem to work just fine. I guess my philosophy now is to work to make whatever is essential to your Design / Aesthetic / Communication vision, work, and to not fuss with anything less than essential since it'll be problems sooner or later.
Is it working for you? Or problems?