Shoot, I missed the Cage as well, and he died quite a while ago. (I want what I must have been smoking...)
I was mildly disappointed, yeah. I would have liked to have heard something a bit more off the beaten path. The pieces I found most interesting, the Zorn and the Muhly, seem in some ways to look back to the first half of the 20th century: Kol Nidre wouldn't have been out of place as early 20th century Trauermusik, and Skip Town seems to pick up where Sérénade en la left off. I can't say that bothers me - a great deal of what truly worked (audibly worked) in the early 20th century has never been fully assimilated, I think.