Utrip picked their committee and the list seems pretty accurate. You could argue a guy here or there but that is always going to be the case.
The real problem with classification is always going to be the number of higher level players allowed on a lower level team.
Baugh Ford and Maroadis were 'A' but both had like 8+ players on their rosters that had higher level than 'A' experience. Both teams played like mid or low level 'A' teams all year long. Both teams did poorly in the 'A' Worlds. But then Maroadis won the 'AA' and Baugh finished 4th in the 'AA'...
I think this shows that the "chips" set at 3 or 4 actually does work but we don't have that rule currently in 'A' or 'AA' so 'A' teams will continue to load up on 'AA' experienced players and 'AA' teams will continue to load up on Major experienced players.
With the chip rule if there was one, teams just have to realize it is possible to put together a bad 'A', 'AA', or Major team.