I think I was in your KJs thread just a while ago
As I see it, there are no good hands to open-limp with, i.e. limping when the action is folded around to you (except maybe if you're SB, depending on how you like to play your blinds). If players before you have limped in, though, and you know the players acting behind you are not squeezers, I may join the limp fest with a low or medium pocket pair (from any position), or Axs, a decent suited connector, or a high suited gapper (these last three only from late position; from MP or EP I just fold them), hoping to hit the flop hard or be able to get away cheaply if I don't.
If I'm in late position holding Axs, a suited connector, or a high suited gapper, and the action is folded to me, I may raise hoping to take down the blinds, or at least, if someone does call me, be able to play a decent hand in position.