On Good Times, my favourite is the Bushman (Rasta No Dead), followed by that Turbulence.
To be honoust I'm not so familiar with Norris Man's output. From what I did hear from him, it never pushed me to check him out further. I will listen to that album when I have the chance.
I think 2004 was a good year for new reggae, many big riddims and tunes. Hopefully 2005 treats us just as good. There are a few modern reggae followers on 'board' here, some frequent buyers (dots69 as the main example) and quite some that check once in a while, but also some that think reggae stopped in 1985 or something. Strange thing dat! Anyway, personally I buy at least as much modern reggae (incl. bashment) as old roots nowadays.
Personally I think the Jah Cure on the Tenemant Yard riddim is pretty average. His vocal delivery could be much much better (same goes for for instance the Turbulence on it).
As for I Wayne, yeah, I rate Can't Satisfy Her! But, his Living Is Love is the best I Wayne tune out there in my opinion, so I choose that one. Both fine tunes for sure. Hopefully he can deal with the hype and doesn't think he made it and starts releasing average tunes now. He's a nice singer, but to deserve the credits he gets now he needs to come up with some more BIG tunes first imo.