I just realized I don't like any bridge pickups on any guitar. Tele bridge is the best but I rarely us it. On strats bridge pups are often thin. Putting in a hotter one helps a little. Bridge humbuckers aren't thin but they are "stiff" or "rigid", same goes for higher output single coils. For me bridge pickups are there to enable in-between positions which are my favorites. The only bridge pickup I like is on my Classic Vibe Duo-Sonic. It's a little farther away from the bridge and that's what makes middle and neck pickups sound so much nicer. There's a wider frequency range there and I think that what makes the sound a lot livelier. I can understand using a bridge humbucker for high gain sounds but since I usually don't do that I don't need those either.