Last night I switched the main site over to show Cataclysm items by default. If you don't want to see Cata items on this list you can filter out the "Not Available" items and see WOTLK items.
I also updated the glyphs page to reflect the 4.0.3 glyph updates. Major glyphs are much harder to select now. The swing glyphs (to me) seem to be Cleanse, Light of Dawn, and Beacon. The two standby glyphs I'd use for raiding in Cata are Beacon and Divine Plea. Cleanse depends on the fight for how useful it is and Light of Dawn depends on what size group you're healing. If you're healing a large group (10 or 25) that requires Light of Dawn, need lots of cleansing, but you don't need to change your beacon target at all, then Divine Plea + LoD + Cleanse seem to be the best. So there are a few major glyph combos that I think I'll probably use depending on the encounter/raid size:
10/25 man standby: Divine Plea + Beacon + LoD
10/25 man single beacon, cleanse heavy, aoe damage: Divine Plea + Cleanse + LoD
10/25 man tank/beacon swapping, cleanse heavy, little aoe damage: Divine Plea + Beacon + Cleanse
5 man: Divine Plea + Divinity + Cleanse
Why choose beacon as a standby? Well, swapping beacons is an easy way to put a "hot"-like effect on someone and I can see it being useful in Cata to swap it for free, especially for any fight with over 1 tank (most likely a lot). If you're doing primarily 5 mans then the beacon glyph probably isn't something you want to use. I'd go with the Divine Plea + Divinity + Cleanse route if you're pounding 5 mans (LoD is also useless there).
As for Lay on Hands glyphs... using up two majors to buff one 8 minute cooldown spell seems silly. Divnity is free mana though and is good for 5 mans.
I think there is too much situational glyph swapping in major glyphs. I guess that's what Blizzard is going for, but in some encounters glyphs are going to be clearly useless.