To be perfectly frank, I think the six saddle bridge to be one of the worst things to ever appear on a tele. They just sound plain wrong.
That said there is a world of difference between magnetic and non-magnetic bridges. You get a load more zing from a non magnetic bridge.
Then you need to consider saddles. I really like brass and not a lot else.
As for intonation. It is possible to correctly intonate a 3 saddle bridge. But is extremely difficult. It involves intonating at the nut to suit the lack of offset at the saddles.
Possibly the best thing I did with my Baja was to fit a Joe Barden bridge and saddles.
Now it intonates perfectly and actually sounds and looks like a Telecaster.
The bridge took me 18 minutes to remove the old one, fit the new one, new strings and intonate. Costing £60. Opposed to an hour wiring and £150 on pickups and hard to find switches. And still have to put up with a 6 saddle bridge.
I did try one once
It's a no brainer decision, as far as I'm concerned.