For less noisy I'd consider the (active) EMG T-set:
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Honestly ive been playing with it and the stock tele bridge def has something awesome going on when used with highgain, its very "chunky" so im actually thinking hotter/thicker TELE STYLE PU like you said, so ill have to look into the hot T.Do you want a hotter/thicker Tele-style pickup or any hot/thick pickup that's available with a Tele mounting style?
For a Tele pickup, I would look at the Dimarzio Area Hot T. I have the regular Area T in a Warmoth Tele and it does great rock tones, so I figure the hotter version could handle some extra nastiness while keeping the original Telecaster spirit in tact.
For a humbucker in a Tele housing, I'm afraid I won't he much help. The only one I've tried was a Duncan JB Jr that my friend has, but again that's more rock oriented. Hotter-spec models like the Super Distortion T or Hot Rails for Tele should be up your alley, though