The CS choices should each give you quack, being low output wound and well made.
I went a weird way about it looking for used ones and shopped based on which I preferred for each position. Luckily for me they ended up matching very well.
My strat has CS 69 in the neck - very hendrixy there
fat 50s mid -- i was most worried about this one because I wasn't keen on the neck or bridge pup sounds as much as the other models, but they really match well with the others.. with the 69 they do a thicker wooly sound but with the cs 54 bridge its full on quack. Only one that's RW/RP. Now that I have it and it's not a YT video, I think a whole set would be kickin'. The mid is rel. high at 6.5k.. so I lowered it.
CS 54 bridge- i had it set up too low for the longest time.. jacked it up two days ago and I'm impressed. Right now they are riding on the line, where any closer & I would get overwhelming treble, but where they are i'm just getting pure bite. It almost sounds like a tele bridge. (No tone control == stock wiring)
Check out these vids if you haven't seen them, there's one for neck, mid, and bridge, comparing 57/62, cs50, cs54, cs69, and a duncan.. But bear in mind it is just a YT vid.
If I were starting another, I would also look at Wilde keystones or the 57/62 set for starters... though my 'research' at the time of finding my pups was pretty limited to Fender (I have to limit my options or my brain will go insane, so I like to start with Fender). The keystones in particular are a ridiculously good value it seems, haven't tried them.
Don Mare's instructions look good, I don't have any experience with his 245k pot cutoff though. The treble bypass suggestion is a good one. I pretty much only dial back my tone (.022 cap) when playing with OD/dist.