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I'm aware there has been a big shift in monster stats with MM3 and all the adventures that have been published before have weak encounters in them.

Can you provide me with a list of D&D adventure modules that feature the revised, more challenging monsters? Which level do each cover?

Please provide links to the free ones. Unofficial adventures are ok but please set them aside from the official ones. And I'm not a big fan of the Essentials line, so I'm not interested in those.

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This question is really broad. There is a pretty expansive list of modules published (especially free ones through Dungeon) after MM3. Also what concerns would you have with compatibility vs essentials? The only major non-errata changes from essentials were all to classes which have little impact on adventures –  wax eagle Sep 1 '12 at 12:38
/agree with @waxeagle, Essentials should have zero impact on adventures. –  Oblivious Sage Sep 1 '12 at 14:15
Besides, the Essentials part of this is a tangent: it should be its own question. –  SevenSidedDie Sep 1 '12 at 17:48
There's a List of Dungeons & Dragons adventures for 4th edition by WotC at Wikipedia already. The Monster Manual 3 was published 2010, so assuming the math was shared during production, that means the three 2010 non-Essentials adventures might be up-to-date, and maybe even the 2009. Could someone with those adventures comment/answer? –  SevenSidedDie Sep 1 '12 at 17:59
@SSD, having run a number of them, the answer is "pretty bloody few"... published adventures are very hit and miss on difficulty. I see a real need for this question. –  Brian Ballsun-Stanton Sep 2 '12 at 22:30