Here's one approach to your paradoxical (to me) denial of my qualitative response to your question.
Philosophers of science tend to demand from each other, at the very least, that any anti-realism "preserve the phenomena"; meaning, there is a broad consensus in the philosophy of science that they cannot correct the empirical predictions of physics. It'd be insane and pointless.
Does solipsism "preserve the phenomena" that appear to you? In a way, why not? You acknowledge that other "people" respond as they do, just deny that there's anything else to it.
Then you have to worry about what else the non-solipsists are adding to what you claim. Oh, "you're all philosophical zombies, and I am not". That may not be offensive, but it does make your body entirely Sui Generis, which strikes me as a lot less likely that the existence of God (and the failure of past miracle claims won't matter, because none of that happened).