... just to add a bit more to the subject.
All three are good kites but it depends on what trait you prefer to which kite is best suited to you.
Ironic as is seems but the Rebel is the closest to the old Rhino's out of the 3, despite the Pivot and Evo being closer in design ie delta design kite with bridles.
If you want similar to your old stuff but with obvious modern feel then the Rebel will be your choice. Rebel and Rhino's had brilliant hang and in my opinion, easy to jump.
But, as others have mentioned, the Rebels aren't the best at waves or looping down the line style of kiting so this is where the other 2 are better but like anything, given enough time, you can make it work for you.
Top end on the Rebel and Evo's are out standing but I found the Pivot not as good for me. I'm a heavy rider so maybe lighter riders feel differently but the Pivot power was a touch too on and off but worse still, when a lull comes through, the Pivot's bar felt sluggish and not direct at all, even getting heavy. No big deal as once the wind came back up, all was good.
Oh, and the other thing, bar feedback is excellent on the Rebel, great on the Evo and not so excellent on the Pivot. But given a week on any of them, you'll get any of them to work well for you.
Try before you buy if possible.