I have had all three, and really liked each. It REALLY depends on the pickups themselves.
Harmonic Design makes a killer P90 (vp90) that sounds unreal in the neck slot of a Tele. The Lollar mini-hums sound fabulous in the neck of a Vinetto, and I love the Suhr SSV humbucker in another T-type I have.
The trick is balancing that neck pickup with a stong, yet clear bridge pickup. Harmonic Design makes the Vintage Plus and Super 90 Tele bridge pickups that are excellent. If you want great sound, power, clarity AND no hum, the Dimarzio Virtual Vintage Hot T is a fave of mine.
I have a Seymour Duncan Vintage minibucker in combination with a Seymour Duncan Jerry Donahue bridge in a ash body chambered spruce topped Tele with a maple neck. Bit of an odd duck. Through a DRRI, they combine well for a real nice funk sound. The neck on it own is very clear and articulate - almost like a very powerful clear noise free single coil. It is not harsh or sterile but it is not warm and woody like an old PAF. It does get close to a HB jazz sound with the treble on the guitar rolled off. It sound good for moderate gain stuff like a dimed 2xEL84 amp. Hope that helps.
I have a Seymour Duncan Phat Cat - a 'bucker-sized single coil design meant to be somewhere between a P-90 and Jazzmaster P-90-type pickup. I really like it - I have thought about swapping in a Fralin P-92 after seeing a bunch of TGP'ers sing their praises but I haven't gotten around to it and have been enjoying the Phat Cat - maybe on my next Parts-o-caster...