As I said in Sue's praise of Unbroken Chain the other night, the first one to come to mind is Unbroken Chain. Consistently good to very good, but never phenomenal. I'm a big, big fan of that song, so a consistent "B+" grade is fine with me. I'd have to disagree with Terrapin, and I single it out on the contrary because I wish it was consistently solid. It can come off as pretty bland a lot of the time (mostly because Russo doesn't always take control of it like the song demands the drummer to do). One of the songs they can smoke, but they don't often come through in the top shelf level. That's the problem with prog rock, though. There isn't a lot of middle ground with something like Terrapin or Unbroken Chain, both of which I consider on the prog side, Terrapin being more so because it is more limiting by design.
How about Mason's Children, Golden Road, Passenger, and the quick-tempo rockers? This thread makes me realize, for my money, this band is treading near that "always solid, but rarely stellar" area. We're getting fewer stand-out sets and shows now. Cruising and never flooring; bordering on complacency. Kind of reminds me of how the GD felt that final ten years.
I would have to agree with you every step of the way. Truth be told, the Phil and friends with Jackie proved more energetic and inspiring than Furthur offerings of late, at least for my taste.