On one of the comments for my entry about migrating code from NetBeans to JDeveloper Peter asked if JDeveloper can work with the woodstock components.
The answer is yes - see this demo:
So basically you do get a lot of functionality - although it is not as advanced as what we built for ADF Faces or for the open source Trinidad components - click the links for demos of those in JDeveloper.
Sun stopped the development of the woodstock components a while back - and we think that people who used woodstock should look into ADF Faces components instead - we actually created a Woodstock to ADF Faces matrix that shows the parallels - and there are a lot more components that you can use with ADF Faces.
P.S. - turns out I already did a similar demo a year ago and forgot about it.