I've learned to dislike rimless glasses
I think that the objective fact that rimless glasses do not limit the optical field, should make them number one option
Purely a matter of personal preference. The thin frames don't impair the optical field because your eyes learn to look around them so to speak.
My experience with rimless glasses is that they're too easy to damage and require constant "adjustment bending" since they're a little too flexible. YMMV.
That may also be a problem if you want a headband in the back to keep them on - as the picture you posted seems to indicate. , Since the only thing attached to the lenses would be the nose bridge and side pieces with a rimless design, all the pressure from the headband is going to put be on the bridge, and the lenses will constantly being pulled back and against your face like goggles. That would likely be very uncomfortable.
Maybe you'd be better off just getting contact lenses
while I agree with the fact that they may require more "adjustment bending" (however, titanium and other memory materials overcome this problem, or transparent frames)
I don't agree that the fact eyes learn to look around them
imo, it is the brain who learns to ignore the presence of the frames, and this does mean that optical field becomes limited
i accept that the limitation may be insignificant, but imo it is not
rimless glasses cause limitation of the optical field as well, since at the edges of the lenses, there is no (at least clear) visibility, but probably less significant than this of frames glasses
as for the goggles, probably, I was just thinking that there could be a way to fix that