I visited Border's at lunch today and checked out the magazine stand. I found this Yarn Forward knitting magazine that I had never seen before. The best part was that, unlike other magazines from the U.K., it was not encased in a plastic bag, so I could skim through before buying. The patterns are nice because they each feature at least four different photos of the modeled sweaters, and they also feature photos of the sweaters lying flat, both front and back. The styles are modern. My two favorites are Morning Echo (ravelry link) and Meadow (ravelry link).
For Morning Echo, I'll probably have to scale it to a higher gauge. I don't think I could finish a sweater knit at 24 stitches/4". Also, I think the only way I could achieve that kind of gauge is to knit with dental floss. Meadow has bobbles down the front, and I normally don't like bobbles, but these don't offend me. It also has nice saddle shoulder detailing.
In the meantime, I'm on the last 2 inches of the Leaf Yoke top, and those last 2 inches always seems to take forever.