Ok so found a few things for you.
First up this link seems to have way more info about treble bleeds than I have time to read right now
Next, I have use the Fender "Tone Saver" thing in a couple of my strats to good effect. It is a resistor and cap wrapped in a fancy cover:
If I recall correctly the total values are similar to what you find in American Pro Strats:
Then, there is the Ibanez Treble bleed. They use a straight 330pf (Pico Farad) cap with a 500kB pot. I believe this is because just the cap changes the taper of the pot some so they use a B taper pot which is linear instead of the normal A taper which is a logarithmic taper also called an audio taper.
Hope this helps!