I didn't know that Mullard made a 5U4G, maybe a GZ37?...or a Mullard 5AR4?
Regardless, I also recently got a Woo6 and have been running it with various rectifier tubes. Tube purchases can add up quickly. I have spent a few bucks on tubes over the past few weeks including a Philips Miniwatt 5AR4 and a Japanese 5AR4. I also have several 5U4Gs (JAN RCA, Raytheon, GE). I also have purchased several pairs of driver tubes (Amperex, RCA, GE, Dumont). This in addition to the Chinese 5AR4 and Svetlana 5U4G that I got with the amp. In total, I have 6 pairs of 6DE7s, 6 5U4G 'coke bottles', 1 RCA 5U4GB, and 3 5AR4s. That's a lot of potential combinations to try.
And this is a meager collection compared to what I've seen here on the forums.
I will say this:
When I first got the amp I listened with my HD600 for the first few days and it sounded wonderful (still does). I've been listening mainly with the Raytheon rectifier and the GE driver tubes. Then I got out my 325i, and haven't looked back. The Woo6 seems to warm them up nicely, at least compared to the only solid state amp I've used with them (Gilmore Lite, which I sold).
The Woo amp is a great amp with exceptional build quality. I've definitely become a fanboy.