If I may say something here. Healing from a divorce takes time. Lots of time. And the more 'over the marriage' we think we are (in the early stages) the more we need to dig deeper, because there are lots of layers to shift through.
Take the time to begin the annulment process. When done with patience, deliberation, and well thought out responses, filling out the paperwork for an annulment can help you get a clearer picture of who you were and who your ex was when you both said "I do" to each other. The annulment process can be a great beginning to learning about who we are, what we want, and where we want to go in life. Without experiencing some digging (in the dirt, so to speak) and healing, we may find ourselves repeating past (sometimes unhealthy) choices.
Good to have you on CM!
This is your opportunity to think a bit beyond your thoughts or "idealizing" desires of a prospective husband.
How about if you just let God do the "ideal guy" picking for you? Feel free to carry on the conversation with God. He will listen, but He already knows what will be best for you. However, given your present status, it may take a bit of time before you hear from God's end :) I think we can deduce that God will not act until the Church does the annulment discernment.
My ideal match description is a real short prayer (a direct question to God); Lord, what say You?
If we ask, He will answer in His own way and in His time.
It doesn't stop us from expressing our desires, but just be aware that some things we may ask without offense, and some things can become an albatross, so to speak.