I can only compare AdP to Eau de Coq because I haven't smelled the other two. I own a bottle of AdP now, and owned a bottle of Eau de Coq about 6 years ago. As far as I remember, Coq was much more of a traditional eau de cologne than AdP, it was a lot more citrusy, and had much less radiance and longevity than AdP. AdP, on the other hand, has a floral accord on top of the citrus, which I find makes it a lot sweeter and "Mediterranean" in feel than the Coq. Although I liked Eau de Coq, I think AdP is a far better fragrance, simply because it's more complex, unique, and just plain smells better. I notice a lot of people in this forum have complained about AdP not being very long lasting, but on my skin, I'm able to get a good 6 or 7 hours out of it, which is excellent for an eau de cologne.
To answer your question, both are quality scents, but I'd get the AdP in a second over Eau de Coq.
Don't know what to tell you about the other two, though.