I have a roadworn tele with a full size 59 Duncan in the neck. The pickup is incredibly dark and loose on the low strings so I dropped bin a monotone custom wiring harness with 500k pots and a resistor to let the bridge see 250k. Even with that setup the Tex-Mex stock bridge pickup is terrible. It’s so thin and uninspiring compared to my other guitars. Even my Squier classic vibe Tele sounds amazing compared to it. I plan on replacing the 59 with a low wind imperial at some point but due to tight funds I can only afford to replace the bridge pup. I’ve narrowed it to the three listed in the title. Sound clips on YouTube haven’t helped much. It’s so hard to really know unless your in the room or have experience with them. I mostly play some country (Haggard, Sturgill Simpson), rock (Big Wreck is my favorite) and classic rock (Zeppelin). I play rock music more than I do country and I have two other teles that do country well so I’m ok with this Tele leaning on the rock side. I love Ian Thornley’s tone. I know he uses Suhr’s but he has mentioned he uses Rio Grande pickups in a few of his teles but I’m not sure if any of those were the Muy Grande. I need something to pair with the 59. Trying to avoid the shrill super high treble. Some Twang is fine. Fat lion is tempting due to price but I’ve heard it’s super middy. Also heard the Muy Grande has accentuated upper mids. No experience with nocaster. Any experience with those three? The consensus seems to be they are all well liked.