If the snare sounds good, you can usually get away with quiet a bid of (hi-hat) bleed.
I often use some gating (maybe 6-9dB GR) and dynamic EQ. So that only the actual snare hits have a high-mid boost (for example) which keeps the hihat bleed under control. Transient designer instead of compressor could also work to keep the bleeding under control.
I often use a crushed triggered sample just to add sustain because serious NY-compression with bleeding is often not favorable.