There are several programs in CDSoundmaster's RASS which are samples of the harmonic response of different compressors in various states; one of them is a 33609 I believe. However these aren't compressor programs; they are distortion programs for a particular sound (it works really well to combine a very clean and mathematical compressor + one of those programs for some mojo, for example). While these programs don't do any actual compression I am always struck by how much adding the harmonics influences the sound, giving it many of the trademark 'compression' characteristics even though no compression is really being performed.
But as MOJO_FET stated, there is still some work to be done on compression. When that happens my guess is the market will very quickly have a wide variety of new compressor programs.
Some other good ones I get a lot of mileage out of: Stillwell Rocket - another really fabulous and versatile comp that I get almost as much use out of as the Glue
Stillwell Bombardier - you can get a wide range of compression sounds including rather clean/transparent which makes this one great for pairing up with RASS/RAC compressor samples (ReaComp, which is free and also has an adjustable RMS window, is also good for this)
I personally get a lot of use out of the T-Racks Fairchild 670. I don't love it on everything but sometimes it's just right. I especially like it on vocals.