LOVE the idea of TypeKit integration into Adobe CC. Having so many quality fonts at hand is great. Downside is that having so many quality fonts is a BEAR to browse through.
I'd suggest adding the ability to sort by popularity/usage. This allows for crowd-sourcing the best fonts and one of the reasons I love Google's web font directory because it saves me having to wade through countless fonts that aren't very popular.
Additionally, if you browse by the "recommended for" categories at https://typekit.com/fonts, you will find fonts that have been hand-picked by Typekit's staff for their technical and aesthetic excellence. If you are looking for web fonts, these render excellently across all browsers and devices, including Windows.
You can also filter by classification (e.g. serif, sans serif, monospace), properties (e.g. width or weight), and language support to find the right font for your project.
I hope that this helps; let me know if you have any other questions!