I didn't say he had galaxy durability, i meant solar system attacks are trivial to Thor when he's not jobbing. Also supernova are solar system level attacks and Thor has tanked it without needing to absorb them. As for reaction speed, he blitzed Surfer when they were both in hyperspace. That's FTL automatically.
Both of which are majorly higher end feats for Thor. I could give you a dozen that would make him look much, much weaker than that. If he took solar system level attacks on a day to day basis then I'd be totally cool with it, but he doesn't. That's the thing with comics, their power levels fluctuate so much, which is why you need to take some kind of average for them.
Moreover, the OP said take powerscaling into account. It's fair to assume that Whis is beyond solar system busting, though there's no method of proving this (yet). Don't know about you, but I got the sense that he was significantly more powerful than Bills (he did knock him out with one hit at the end of the film).
Thor's battle speed is super inconsistent. On some cases he is slow as hell and others he has microsecond reactions.
Exactly, one second he's tagging the Surfer, the next he's getting punched by Captain America or Wolverine. You need to take some kind of average from comics as they are remarkably inconsistent, and from my experience, that average certainly doesn't put him on the same level as Bills or Whis.
One god blast is enough to one shot either one of team 1 with no exception he mangaed to damage Chaos king mikaboshi who is mutiversal. solar system attacks aren't going to be good enough to hurt Thor since he can easyly tank supernovas. Team 2 wins both rounds Silver surfer could solo 2 team 1 by him self.
Bills and Whis win round 1 easily.
Thor and Hulk should win round 2 (thanks to odinforce), until Bills and Whis get more feats.