As an interested reader of the work done by you professional physicists, it sometimes seems a little murky to me as to where some subcategories of QP interpretation schools of thought belong in the theoretical hierarchy. I'm curious if it's possible to definitively delineate these theoretical relationships in a logistical "flow chart" type of format. I'd think the attempt to do this by you guys that "get it" would be fertile ground for an interesting discussion and debate, and very educational for those of us that are still struggling with some of the general concepts in dispute. I'm not even certain how I would try to logically organize the primary interpretive categories, let alone the theoretical subcategories. For example, I'd assume that primary categories would include Copenhagen, MW and dBB, but how would environmental decoherence, hidden variable and ensemble concepts apply to these, or would some of those be "higher" level hierarchal differentiations? Would the initial differentiation be between "realistic" vs. "idealistic" interpretations? I suspect that this process would be difficult, if not impossible, because some of the concepts would apply to multiple subsets of theories in different ways, which might start divergent lines of thought that categorize differently depending on how you are considering them. But, that's the kind of logical breakdown of interpretive schools of thought that I'm wondering about. I, at least, would find this exercise - by you guys qualified to do it - very interesting and informative. Perhaps the academics among you could even sprinkle in some chronological/historical background on the theoretical developments. Any takers?