Almost nothing?? The entire spring and strut were covered in at least 1/4" of grease, and so was the wheel well all the way to the top and everything else in the surrounding area. Truthfully I can't see how there could be any grease left inside the boot..
The weights were still on after the accident and I've had them balanced probably three times since then, keep in mind this was 15,000-20,000 miles ago. The noise got louder and louder for a good 6,000 miles, then it slowly disapated over time.. now it's barely audible.
There's no clicking noise that I've noticed, so I guess the CV joint's alright for now. I found a place to get a new ball joint, so I'll replace that when I have time.
Do you think it would be a good idea to try and replace the grease that has flung out, and maybe get the boot seated on there a little better? I don't really know what this stuff looks like on the inside, or how I would go about adding grease, but it couldn't be too hard.