What looks good in the golds:
I don't think I'm interested in Blackest Night per se, but I am proud of DC for finally offering original content on FCBD. Who knows, maybe next year they'll realize they should be offering a stand-alone story instead of a trailer for their next crossover?; speaking of stand-alone original content, Marvel has an Avengers comic; and Image is offering a Savage Dragon reprint with the Golden Age Daredevil putting in an appearance.
What looks good in the silvers:
The silver blurbs are so brief that it's hard for me to judge their contents; most of them seem to be preview material. At any rate, the EC Comics Sampler should be fantastic, assuming that it isn't the same book they offered last year; ditto Love & Capes and Atomic Robo and Friends; Marvel has Wolverine: Origin of an X-Man, whatever that is; Mirage is reprinting the first issue of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles which I've never read, despite being a huge TMNT fan back in the day; and I have about zero interest in William Shatner Presents, but in my mind I'm imagining it as a horror comic ala Gold Key's Boris Karloff's Tales of Mystery comics and that tickles my fancy.
I won't know for certain which I'll be taking home until they lie before me on May 2nd.