I'd argue that Husum is actually a bad place to start. There is a big penalty for failure and almost no 'lip' to roll from. It all happens very quickly so it is tough to get the timing dialed in. At higher water, heading for the flake is the obvious choice. At lower water, you basically need to do a long deep water boof right over the rooster.
Sunset falls is a fantastic first waterfall, even though it is taller than Husum. You get a defined lip and lots of time to see it coming, making it easy to plant the stroke at the top. Get in your boat in the pool above, then paddle across to the left side for a great scout. For the middle line, just find the little V from the first 6" drop. Follow that current around to the left and pull on a left boof when you get to the end. Get your body over the nose, try to remember to switch edges and you're done. For the left line, come down about 9" to the right of the left rocks. This will get you to the softest part of the entry hole (only a factor above 1500), then pull a big 'ol boof on either side. Done.