Rio Grande Pickups.
Their PAFs are
Buffalo Bucker -- Very '50's, medium-output
Genuine Texas -- More output
Texas BBQ -- More output than the Genuine Texas
Added bonus: A "Texas" feel I can't describe, but they sound great with rock and blues. Played clean, the tone has a piano-like density.
I built a guitar for my brother that has a BBQ in the bridge and a Buffalo Bucker in the neck. Very nice.
I have another guitar with Rio Grande single coils in the bridge and middle and a Genuine Texas in the neck. In that guitar, the Genuine Texas has the best sound.
Although they are hand-made, they are priced competitively. They hold up fine, but the only real drawback is that their build quality doesn't have the same clean look like a Seymour Duncan or Gibson pickup.
Unexpected celebrity endoresement: I live in Houston, where Rios are made and ZZ Top are locals. When I took a guitar into the repair shop that had Rios in it, a guy in a funny hat next to me at the service window commented on them being very good pickups. It was Billy F. Gibbons. The tech later informed me my arrival had interrupted a good 'on tour' story. I'm such a tool.