I'm limited to those with left handed compensation. I have sets from Allparts, Callaham, Glendale, and Gotoh, as well as some non-compensated Fender saddles.
Hard to make direct comparisons as they are all on different guitars with different bridge plates, but I did use the Gotoh and Allparts ones on the same bridge and guitar, and the Gotohs had a brighter sound, which I preferred, and intonated very well.
I now have the Callahams on that same guitar but with a different bridge plate (a half-bridge) and very different pickups. It also sounds very good. Before that, the guitar had a thick six-saddle bridge (for humbucker) but was otherwise the same, and the short bridge and Callahams sound much better.
The Fenders sound similar to the Callahams and are on my No 1, so they won't be coming off.
The Glendales are very nice too and are part of a really nice sounding partscaster. There's no need to change a thing there. The Glendales are a little different to the others. The height adjustment screws are tilted so they don't sit on top of the bridge mounting screws, and the saddles are cut so the ends are parallel with the strings and each other and touch at the top edge. I can't say whether any of that matters without doing saddles swaps and making direct comparisons, and I'm not curious enough to do that with all the associated set up work involved.