There's the Proscend SFP module - https://shop.duxtel.com.au/product_info ... cts_id=488
They get a little hot and my tests show they don't perform quite as well as a Draytek Vigor 130 in bridge mode (and they're the same price).
I use one at home but I only have a 25/5Mbps connection.
I have a number of these in the field with hEX S, hEX PoE, CRS PoE, RB4011 and RB3011. They do get hot, but they perform very well - very stable. Some slight loss on sync speed with 100Mbps VDSL connections, but cleaner installation and more configuration ability as it is essentially turns your SFP port into a dumb modem bridge which allows full Mikrotik feature set directly on the interface.
Main gripe is the inability to check sync speeds via any IP-based interface or SNMP. Also can't tell if it's actually synced without visually checking the LED or interfacing with software via PC on same Layer 2 segment (as far as I'm aware).
I know MT did have plans for a DSL interface package on RouterOS as there was a DSL section available in terminal in previous firmware versions. Hoping it gets revived somewhat with the uptake of these SFP modules, and allows more visibility.
Side note - I also have installed a number of Vigor130s in the past, and would take the SFP module any day.