I would say durability would be about the same in those 3. None of them will weather a cash very well. A far better plane for Durability would be the Multiplex Gemini.
The GP SuperStearman EP will probably be the hardest to fly just because it is a bit smaller than the others, but it might be able to use the batteries you already have. The other 2 will most likely need bigger batteries.
The Rhapsody is pretty big for a park flyer and will likely need 4s batteries. So you need charger that can handle those.
The P-17 Stearman will probably be OK on a motor that would take 3s batteres.
If I was going to buy one of those 3, I would get the P-17 since I would feel comfortable flying that one at a smaller field.
You should take another look at the Gemini, though. Probably more aerobatic than any of those 3, yet easy to slow down and land.
This is a link to HiMax Motors. I have had very good luck with these. Not the cheapest, but among the very best. Good info applicable to other motors. You will likely want a low KV Motor in any of those planes - under 1000 KV