Even though all of the shocks and struts listed here are compatible with your specific Bronco model, you do need to keep in mind that a shock and strut set is also highly dependable on the existing mods you did to your car. As such, you need to consider the shock and strut size depending on the type of lift your Bronco has, and depending on all the other suspension and steering system components.
There are different types of shocks and struts available, such as monotube, twin-tube, gas-charged, oil-charged, and hydraulic. A monotube setup is the most robust, a twin-tube set is immensely comfortable, a gas-charged setup is the most advanced and most expensive, an oil-charged is not as consistent, but is cheaper, while a hydraulic set is a nice blend of both, and is also able to last the longest.
Consider the performance benefits of the shocks and struts you're considering. Upgrading to high-performance components can improve your vehicle's handling, stability, and overall ride quality. On the other hand, a more off-road friendly setup is going to be inferior to a high-performance setup on the road but is going to shine off-road where a high-performance setup is usually lacking.
Last, but not least, no matter the shocks and struts you go for, you need to prioritize durability as these tend to take a lot of beating over time, and if they break, they can break many other components as well. This is why it’s also really important to look at warranty coverages which will tell you how confident the brand is in its own setup.