As a conservative libertarian, so far from what I've read I like the Gorsuch pick, though he's not perfect.
From what I've seen he seems to be pretty good with state's rights, personal privacy and the Fourth Amendment, and gun rights, along with religious liberty, and he certainly leans toward the more libertarian side of the conservative spectrum.
However, his pro-life views have skewed his other views and affected his philosophy on the similar, but separate, issues of PAS (Assisted Suicide) measures and even the organ trade, which I'm specifically interested in due to it being my dissertation topic. These are issues that are sure to be hot-button issues during his tenure, and with as contentious as these issues already are in government circles, though not necessarily in the general population itself, I hope his presence doesn't prevent any progress in these areas.
Overall, I do like the pick, because it provides a good balance on the Court, which is what we should all want.