All of the above and I love that cd soundmaster includes 10k pre programs with his eq's, the latest siemens eq is great if you want something slightly darker in quality. Also the 'Draw her' compression program from Trancending Music is pretty great at taming high end whilst adding some density. Cd soundmaster VTC is great if you use the more higher gain ones they really dull a sound down if that's what your after. Use with a good saturation plugin before hand and you can get some believble tube like sounds..
For warmth + definition + filter this is my current go-to (in no particular order):
AlexB console (since he released the MBC Pro I've hardly touched MWC or CLC, but they're both excellent too and will surely be updated to Pro at some point soon)
You could throw in the Tube Pack from CDSoundmaster (or really one of many other good analog programs with a lot of kernels) too; I bought one of CDSoundmaster's Source+ machines so I don't use Nebula for tube (I believe he sampled the Tube Pack from exactly such a device) but it's basically the same, I just go outboard for that.
There's one called "instant warmer", which, as the name implies, delivers a nice darkish colour while transparent. But like others mentioned, most any of the programs will be usable - depending on instrument or need.