It's entirely a question of how many shuffles you want to use you can do absolutely anything in six shuffles and almost anything you'd want to do in four.
The problem with overhand culling is typically the need for marked cards, or a face up deck, or peeking, which is somewhat awkward, hence the more appealing peeks used in riffle culling. Additionally, be careful about single card runs.
Regarding stacking, Jack Carpenter's system found at the end of "Expert Portfolio #1" might appeal to some of you. Frankly, I never understood how breaks and non-standard shuffling procedures were preferable to jogs and milking. If you perform the milk build well it is totally invisible and substantially quicker than virtually any other system.