So I decided since I've got an abundance of SDs at the house right now that I'd try a jazz in the bridge slot of my Cleveland guitars 57 strat. I'd heard from Christian a long ways back that it's a choice of Seymour's for a HSS strat. This particular one has 2 OC Duff aged traditionals which are like aged SSL1s.
The Jazz I've got is sitting, DC resistance-wise, at the bottom of the spectrum at about 7.2K. Let me tell you though that's one MEAN 7.2K!! The pup is full and surprising thick with a good bit of od/dist, the high end detail makes it really sizzle when you want. Mine is wired to the switch and volume only, no tone pot so it's probably getting a LITTLE bit more kick than normal. The pup balances better with the SCs than any other pup I've seen in a HSS setup. I'm VERY impressed.
What's really crazy is that you can add a ton of od/dist and the pup doesn't much out like you'd think. Something in that wind I guess make it possible to soak up the harmonics without being over-saturated.
Anyhow I highly recommend it for any application, I think your limit is going to be the amp more than the pup.