Not to be a pain, but as I've said in similar posts, any Nebula console and EQ library will get you great sounds for any genre if you spend some time learning the characteristics of the libraries. For EQ's, you should consider maybe more than 1 so you can have some tonal variety (like a real analog studio set-up). Maybe the CLeQ and Pooltec or Cooltec for some nice variety in EQ's. If it were me, if I had to have only 1 console library for more modern music, I would use the MBC by Alex B. I love the CLC, VBC,MLC, MWC..... they are all awesome. But I have been leaning on the MBC more and more lately for that modern thickness and punch. I have a feeling that you will get as many different answers to your questions as there are people responding!
4KD is nice, as is the MWD. My personal favs though are the GMD, even though it is intended as a mastering comp set, I use it all over the place. The comps at Rhythminmind and TranscendingMusic are very cool too. Again, I think that it is just a matter of picking some good solid tools and learning how to use them. You can't go wrong with the stuff from these devs. My all-time favorite non-Neb compressors (I hope that this is ok to post...):