Jon, first time with woody and you did pretty good.
Here are few suggestions for woody...
The smaller the feather the softer the fibers so the smaller flanks make it a little easier to tied in. The size you used is not bad.
Wing hight for wets is a subject that will cause fist fights. tie the fly anyway you wish, but the next one try to put the width of the wing about 3/4 the gap.
Many times flank feathers such as teal, mallard and woody will be easier to work with if they are folded in half. that is find a suitable feather for the fly, and cut out a section more than twice as wide as you need. You are NOT cutting a matched set of wings from two different feathers. Carefully straighten the fibers until the entire section is shaped more like a rectangle than a rhombus. Now fold down the middle (double the section) . You'll most probably have the sides uneven in width ,so now remove a few fibers from the bottom of the wing until you have the width you want.
You can also take TWO double wide sections, place them on top of each other and make a heavier wing. So when finished the wing will have four wings, two on each side. The extra bulk makes it easier to manipulate .
Any of these suggestions will give you a different look to the fly.