The first choise for me:
"A) Short, self contained stories that are similar to the vintage ones and focused on a particular character; like Draego-Man, Octavia, Gy-Gor, Icer, etc."
- The mini comics are ideal for telling these kind of tales, introducing characters and showing their stories (much better than the few lines of a bio), instead of trying to describe events that occured during a huge time period in 12 pages, and try to make them work as a coherent story. For big events, battles and wars, since there is no other available MOTU media, the DC comic can do the job for now, even if it is an alternative reality. It's a different and new take to the Classic characters, so it's fine by me, since they are still He-Man and Co.
- The Son of He-Man is the least interesting and appealing part of the MOTU mythos. Personally i don't care about an era in which, He-Man, Teela, She-Ra, and Co, are riduced to background characters and at the same time most of the other MOTU characters with whom i grew up, are dead or retired. And the premise for the SOH sounds just awful so far (He-Man and She-Ra fighting against each other to the death, Spector, Skeleteen, Gorpo being the main villain and getting killed by the NA He-Man... i mean Dare). The Masters of the Universe have still a lot of stories to be told, without sending He-Man and She-Ra to retirement or worse to death, for bring some poor He-Man and Skeletor's knockoffs in their place.