I have Van Zandt pups in my 60s Roadworn and had a push-push pot installed to allow a middle-bridge stacking option that sounds very full Not quite SuperStrat/humbucker, but it gets me way past the typical nasal sounding bridge and still jumps out in the mix. These pickups are a bit more, but I just purchased a set of Planet Tone humbuckers for another moderate priced guitar, and found them to be stellar sounding for the price. You might check them out. I helped a buddy upgrade his Strat, and bought him two (used) loaded pickguards; one with Fender CS Fat ‘50s and the other with an Original 57/62 set. Anyway, I was a big fan of the Fat 50s tone, but he opted for the 57/62 set that had a little more vintage feel and glassy sound in the neck pup. To each his own. I was easily able to flip the Fat 50s set on eBay and actually made him a little money to offset the cost of the pickup set he kept. Moral of the story I guess is to not be afraid to check out more than one option with your own setup, and you can always fiddle with your tone controls to squeeze out some combo sounds not typically wired in a Strat. Just do your research and don’t sell the farm to get a popular name but that might not suit you in the long run. Good luck!