Pine Line- .7 (bring offsets if you have them)
The Grack (right?)- .6- splitter hands, a lot of fun.
Munginella- fun .6 (stiff for a .6, I thought)
Harry Daly- .8
Bishop's Terrace- perhaps the best 5.8 hand crack in the Valley- .8
Ejesta- .8 (if I remember correctly)- great hand jams.
After 6- .7
After 7- .8
Nurdle- heady .8
I'd be hesitant to recommend Braille Book for a .8 leader- solid Valley .8 above sometimes sketchy pro'. Note I've only done the 1st pitch, but the remainder appears to be similar. Need to go back & do that one, though...
If you're proficient, Royal Arches is an AMAZING climb (.6 or .7- depends on which guidebook (read: old school .6, most call it .7 these days...). Put this one high on your list, & MOVE FAST. You can easily rap' this (by doing this you skip the last pitch), or if you're feeling adventurous, do the North Dome Gully descent (don't slip, & don't do it in the dark)
Better stick the crux mantel on Nutcracker- you can't pull through it on gear, & if you don't stick it, hope you have insurance for the resulting ankle injuries.
Nob Hill has numerous nice lines .6 to .8 (& a one-move wonder .10b with a bolt right at the crux)