I agree with all of this post (although I don't know Contemporary Noise Sextet).
Big fan of Chris Potter, Avishai Cohen (Continuou is my motherfucking jam), and SP blows my mind every time I listen. Favorite example: Cory Henry's solo on Lingus.
I get bored with older jazz too. It's like some classic literature, or the Mona Lisa, or Straight Outta Compton (the album). It's valuable in that it was innovative in its time and advanced the genre, but that doesn't mean it's interesting to experience today (now that the then-revolutionary techniques it introduced have been normalized and moved past).
Additionally, I highly recommend: Mark Guiliana - Family First, Robert Glasper - Black Radio (+ BR2), Jon Batiste & Stay Human - Social Music, Brad Mehldau - Art of the Trio, Roy Hargrove - Earfood.
(Sorry for formatting, typing this on my phone in the Oneida Denny's.)