Does seem to be a noise issue. Your attenuation is low so this suggests a short distance. Transmit power is high in comparison to your attenuation and speed, which is indicative of poor quality wiring or a poor signal due to neighboring pairs in your copper bundle.
Do you have a landline by chance? If so, ever hear static or other unusual noises, or even crosstalk from other lines when you kill the dial tone?
Here are the stats after the technican had the port changed at the CO, he was also supposed to change the pair as well.
|Vendor ID Code:||4|
|Line Mode:||ADSL2+ Mode|
|Transceiver Information||Downstream Path||Upstream Path|
|DSL Speed (Kbits/Sec)||11772||988|
|Line Attenuation (dB)||22.0||13.0|
|Transmit Power (dBm)||16.4|
does that look any better?
They are looking better. By chance, do you also have a homerun installed at your home? A Homerun is simply a dedicated line between your modem and the Verizon copper drop, with the rest of the house filtered out from DSL.