You may want to look at the Blast and Cruise method, so instead of coming off for 6 weeks in the middle or worrying about tapering during that time, you would just lower your dose to a more replacement type dose of TRT (200 mg/week or so). This would allow you to keep your initial blast gains and "reprime" you for your subsequent blast (<
At the end, after your show, you would perform the test statis taper.
Of course, the longer you are on any sort of AAS, the more difficult recovery is likely to be. It depends on your goals and tolerance for risk. I think the B&C method is probably a happy medium. It allows for a small break in the middle so is more effective (from a recovery standpoint) than just blasting for that length of time, at the expense of more gains. But on the other hand, it may not be as recovery friendly as doing a full PCT in between cycles while allowing for more gains.
This doesn't really address your test statis taper question though I imagine. From what I gather, the stasis is basically a replacement for PCT. So you choose one or another. So if you were going to do PCT after your 6 on/6 off/10 on plan, you would just do taper instead. What you do in between (Blast & Cruise, Multiple cycles with PCT coming off completely, etc.) is irrelevant aside from possibly dictating the length of your taper (longer, more "heavy" cycle may require a longer taper, possibly...)