Brandan Robertson has a nice little (or not so little) blog post here, with a chart - complete with categories and names - detailing a broad spectrum of Protestant theology particular to our day and age (2013). Some innaresting stuff.
I used to be one of those people that didn't like all the categories. I just wanted us to 'all get along' and be "Christian." But I have seen the light and understand that that means so many different things to different people. You know, like saying "I like music"... People mean a lot of different things when they say "music." People mean a lot of different things when they say "Christian."
I would say, for me personally, I used to fall into the 'mainstream evangelical' category. But now I most definitely fit more into the 'neo-evangelical', and maybe even a little 'progressive evangelical.'
Here is the chart itself, but there is much more on Brandan's post (here):