This Atlantic essay is particularly informative. The author interprets Gorsuch as being in the tradition of Jeffersonian natural law and concludes, "he will likely be even more willing to enforce constitutional limitations on any excesses committed by the president who appointed him." That a particularly good thing.
The essay details Gorsuch's views on euthanasia. They are not views I agree with, as they are rooted in a Kantianism that, while I respect its intellectual integrity and consistency, I do not believe is adequate for real life ethical commitments. These are, of course, debates within philosophical ethical theory, but my ethics on these points are particularly informed by my experience as a minister providing pastoral care for persons and families making end-of-life decisions. Plus, I'm a virtue theorist, not a deontologist.
But I continue to be impressed with what I read about him. These were my earlier thoughts.