You can look at noiseless pickups like the Wilde Bill's N/F that Bill Lawrence offers. I've not played these but he's gotten a lot of compliments on them from those who have.
Or you can go with a reverse wound/reverse polarity neck pickup. That will give you hum cancelling your looking for. The Wilde Bill's Keystones would give you that. I'd say they're also about the quietest pickups I've ever played and they have definite vintage Tele tonality to them.
Another option would be their blade pickups which Bill originated back in the 70's.
You've suggested some other in your post that are also great pickups. The main reason I suggested Bill Lawrence's pickups is because I've played them and for the money the Keystones are incredible sounding pickups and an incredible value if you want something that will still give you that characteristic Tele sound.
They're pretty highly though of around here and you should be able to find many threads where Bill's pickups are discussed. Good Luck with your hunt.
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