The pots could use a little cleaning, but other than that, it sounds fine. It's just that I've had it about 14 years, and my tastes have changed a little bit. I just purchased a 1966 Ampeg B-15 for studio work, and I anticipate that I'll mainly use the B-15. My main use for a bass amp right now is recording tone, and the Boogie would be hogging precious real estate in my smallish recording room for no reason.
If I were gigging/touring quite a bit, I'd probably keep the Boogie, but I'm not really doing that very much. If I get back to gigging, I'll probably go for something lighter (not the B-15, it'll live in the studio). That Boogie is a beast to haul around.