Originally Posted by Hogsprings
and have found tons of info on personal preferences, etc.
Well, in the end, that's all this comes down to, really. No one can really quantify what tastes good to people in general, hence, I don't think you're going to find what you're looking for.
What I would do is start with some of the classic combinations, and build from there depending upon what kinds of flavors you like. Hops from certain regions and styles usually go well together, but odd combinations work, too. You can even do your own "research" by buying a commercial beer that uses a combo you're curious about. Want to know what Simcoe, Cascade, and Fuggle hops taste like together? Buy a Commodore Perry IPA (hint, I think it's delicious, but you may disagree). No one knows better what tastes good to you than you do.