I've had a number of these trannies as I love mid 90s Fords & my better half can't drive a stick. They usually won't live a whole lot longer than what you have if you tow etc... but other than that they are pretty good. If you have it rebuilt have them upgrade it to 1 ton parts & use a billet torque converter & you'll never have to touch it again. I had my 1 ton power stroke tranny rebuilt at about 120k miles - turned out to be mostly the torque converter was headed south but this truck sees much harder use than your bronco probably - towing & hauling campers all it's life including grossing almost 20k lbs on occasion. invest in a quality gauge with the sensor in the sump - not on a pressure port & maybe a mag high tech or other deep pan & keep an eye on the temps.
'95 Ford F350 crew cab power stroke with four wheel camper - adventure truck
'95 F250 super cab - work truck (now belongs to son)
'98 jeep XJ - wife's grocery getter
2003 KLR 650 kinda like a Landcruiser - not the best at any one thing, but does everything & is bulletproof