Retro, rather than debate wood vs metal props with you, since you passed over my part about the high performance Spits and Spitefuls, how about selling me your used wood prop for your Cub when you "upgrade" it to a metal prop? If so give me the lenght and pitch , and if it is in good condition I'll make you an offer.
And yes I have flown Cubs with both wood props as God and William Piper intended, and also with tin can props. I have also flown other plane that used both kinds of props. I still like wood. I have not flown a Pitts. I don't know if this is a positive factor for acro or not, it may be , but one thing I noticed was the wood prop with less weight and inertia would both rev faster upon adding power and especially slow down faster when closing the throttle, as compared to the metal prop.