Well, first, Salamander is destined to be a family favorite. Very long and enjoyable beginner run with good views into the Sods at the summit.
The two blues I've skied- Dew Drop and Almost Heaven (heavenly?)- are very good too. Not as steep as the blues at Whitetail but a much more sustained fall line than your average blue run in the Mid-A. Don't know much about the new summit run. I've heard it starts off with a similar pitch to the other two blues but then settles into a nice novice run as you head down the hill.
If you're unsure of your tastes for blacks, start with Off the Wall.
Just kidding. You could test yourself on Thunderstruck; if that doesn't go well it's best to stay away from the other blacks at T-line. You can work your way across the mountain- Thunderstruck to White Lightning to The Drop to OTW- but beware the last two as you really can't see what you're getting yourself into until you're standing on the top of the headwall. Thunderstruck and White Lightning can be scoped out from the lift.