I tend to value the actual skating rather than the jumps, so I am drawn to programs with a lot of good edges, soft knees, and complex turns.
Like Trixitoes, I really liked the Jeremy Abbott short at nationals because of the quality of his edges, and the utter freshness of Jun Miyake's jazz piece "Lillies of the Valley". I bought the "Pina" CD immediately afterwards and still think of Jeremy's program whenever I play Lillies from it.
I do remember Matt Savoie's program too. That guy had edges that I really admired. I really wish he could have stayed on the scene. He was a skater's skater.