Hang your food and prepare to be wet from the waist down!
If you've not done cohutta before, you're gonna love it, but get off the main trails unless you like tourists. JRT to the falls and CRT is pretty crowded this time of year, but 80% of the other trails you might not see anybody.
I seriously suggest you make panther creek trail a priority, I recommend doing it west to east, as long as you enjoy a strenuous but rewarding hike.
Also, if you feel confident, sugar cove trail isn't on the map anymore, and it can be real tough to navigate the remains of the trail, but it's still there, just keep your eyes peel for stacked rocks. It's wild and pretty, although you may have to bushwack or backtrack once you angle up from the water back up to JRT.
Keep your eyes peel for tent sites on the smaller trails, cause there aren't many. This place is a hammocker's dream though.