Basically, if you want Opening Night tickets and weekend games against less-than-exciting opponents, you want the "red" plan. If you want Red Wings tickets and weeknight games against playoff teams, you want the "white" plan. If you want Erik Cole tickets and a mix of attractive opponents and weekend games, you want the "black" plan.
And if you want to be blunt about it, here's the breakdown on weeknight games and games against teams like Atlanta, Florida and, say, Columbus -- the less-attractive opponents, so to speak. (No offense intended, but there's a big difference between the Panthers and the Penguins, for example. The Capitals and the Lightning, I think most would agree, are a little more compelling.)
Red: one weeknight, six Atlanta-type games
White: 12 weeknights, one Florida-type game
Black: three weeknights, three Columbus-type games
UPDATE, 3:54 p.m.: Glen Wesley Night, on Feb. 17, is in the "white" plan, as well as the 26-game plan.