I'm happy with any one of the three of these guys personally. I go back and forth on what order I put them in. I know it appears that Mason or Bogans can give you the type of shooting that House can, but that simply isn't the case.
House took a lot of threes while running catch and shoots as he dives around baseline screens in the Ray Allen role. It's a far more difficult shot than what Bogans/Mason were typically doing for the Spurs shooting lots of kick out corner threes.
That said, Bogans and Mason can both defend, something which we aren't going to get out of House. Either guy is more able to play a larger role than House if we need them to (Ronnie Brewer injury for example), but House can come in the specific niche situation where we need shooting and help out more.
It's the 12th roster spot, and I can make the case either way and will be happy with any of the three. I'd probably lean towards Mason over Bogans, but given that Bogans was beating out Mason at the end of last season, I can't really complain about him either.