Upper Frying Pan is the best thing around and it will be running next week. Peak flows are first thing in the morning. We ran it just under 1000 yesterday and it was amazingly good. There is camping at the takeout and there are some gorilla camp sites along the river. There is a lethal tree about 1/4 mile after the first bridge you come to, which is about half way down, portage on the right. Other than that the wood situation is good. I will be in Denver all next week, but will be back on the weekend if your around.
Hit the Crystal on your way through. You can paddle from Marble to where the river hits HWY 133, its class 4. Lots of wood, but it is pretty clean in the rapids. No mandatory portages. There was a fatality here last week, but he was swimming. Stay in your boat and you'll be fine. The narrows are also going off right now and is a quick shot of adrenaline. Better run it a couple times. Crystal Mill Falls to the Gorge is also a good 4+ section. Lots of wood at the beginning, but cleans up towards the bottom. Lots of camping up there. Don't miss your takeout.
My wife and I (also from Bama-WAR EAGLE) are trying to plan an Upper A trip in a week or so if you find yourself back down south. Have fun.