I had previously been under the impression that the simplistic Voyager like size RID toys class was called "Hero" class.
But don't they call Grimlock "Stomp & Chomp" in the mobile phone game?
Which begs the question what the heck size is a Mega 5-step changer like Megatronus then? I'm guessing it's "Mega-Class"!
come to think of it where is the Warrior Class Megatronus that the Game promises ?
So if you want a more consistent naming focus I would guess it's something along these lines:
1-Step (unless anyone has another suggestion)
Hero (also know as 3-step Changers)
Titan (also know as Electronic Titan Hero)
Mega (also known as Mega One-step or Mega 3-step or Mega 5-step etc..)
Super (as in Super Bumblebee)
But they throw words like Mega, Titan & Hero around so much I don't think any of them stuck at all - I think these size classes will be mostly ignored - in a few years people might even forget that RID-15 "Deluxes" were called warrior Class just as a lot of people have got so used to Voyager class now they might not immediately think of Mega Class or Max-con .
I suspect a contemporary MEGA class is a bit bigger than a Beast Wars Mega though or even something from before the Beast Era that were called Mega too (that people might not remember they were) like Mega-Pretenders or the use of Mega in Machine Wars or some other places pre-beast era and even post Beast Era but before Voyager - Like Robots in Disguise's repaint based follow-on toyline for example.
I suppose it's way to late to hope for some consistency - but sometimes you can have fun with the old names mirroring the new - such as with the old Legends type Pretenders - amusingly having inner robots (sold away from the shells at one point) that are contemporary legends size - a amusement that only works now - but didn't really in the past when Legends was the old name for Legion.
RID's naming schemes must drive some toy buying parents potty though.