Whoops! It seems I've fallen through a couple of cracks between your categorizations.
Though I was Raised a JW, (born one in fact) I put off and put off being baptized because I had some doubts until at age 16 and son of the PO, my nonbaptized status began to become an issue of concern in the minds of certain elders who coveted my dad's position. When I rebelled against my father, still at age 16, an announcement was made to the congregation regarding my "public reproof - for conduct unbecoming a christian". I had to leave home because my reluctance to conform had made his position in the heirarchy untenable. That plus the fact that I had become tired of the beatings and I had grown to a size where I realized I could reverse the physical punishment.
But, never having been baptized, my shunability ranking has remained somewhat dubious to my family and friends. Depending upon the odour wafting from the latest watchtower QFR, or ministry school supplement I am "in" or "out", acceptable or rejectable, invited to this anniversary then barred from that wedding, invited to this wedding then barred from that family re-union. Even my mother admits to befuddlement over my status, when she will or will not feel able to speak to me.
In JW-speak, I believe this is similar to being called "marked". This is when a special needs talk is given to isolate an individual from social contact based on rumor and innuendo. - see QFR WT July 15, 1999 pg.29 - 31.
Perhaps you need a status category: 'M'arked.