Assuming you have two identical Bryston amps, I’d look to run a passive vertical bi-amp configuration using one 2-channel amp per speaker. One channel of each amp the woofer, the other channel for the mid/tweets.
The only expense is another set of speaker wires, and possibly a method of splitting the source signal at the amps. You’d gain the benefit of having zero left/right crosstalk between the amps, which helps with soundstage and separation (as would running them as monoblocks). Plus the mid/tweeter channel benefits from not having the burden of controlling the excursions of the woofer, which in theory lends to better clarity.
...maybe try both bridged and bi-amped to see which you prefer.