From the trailmap it doesn't LOOK like the Superconnect serves any green trails, but this isn't quite true in reality. It's a pretty easy grade over to the Vista Haus (an on-mountain lodge), and there's several greens that go down to the bottom of peak 8 from that point. Also, the top half of the "4-O'Clock" run is technically a "blue," but only a rank beginner wouldn't be able to handle it - it's speed controlled in several points, one can drop to the left (as you're skiing the run) onto several greens that will lead you to the base of peak 8, or stay on it and then follow the signs to "Crosscut" and then back to the base of peak 9. A beginner probably would NOT be able to ski any of the runs that lead back to the mid-load on the Superconnect.
Once at the base of peak 8, you can take the Colorado Superchair back to the Vista Haus, and then have the same option of several greens back to the bottom - or you can take the Rocky Mountain Superchair to bring you over to peak 7, which is a bunch of long blue groomers - these, as mentioned above, an adventerous beginner would be able to handle. (Although I would not necessarily believe the "never crowded" line - during times with lots of vacationers (Xmas, New Years, holiday weekends and spring break) peak 7 can get crowded - and long waits at the Independence Chair do happen (even though it is a 6-pack) - I would look carefully at the signs that show lift line waits before heading over to Peak 7, because once you're at the base of 7, there's no other way out.)