Quoted from robin:
It was actually a very deliberate decision, which I though about long and hard when implementing the game grouping.
I view the LE as the ultimate representation of the game, as it was intended by the designer. The pro version, on the other hand, is mostly a watered down "light" version (and at a much lower price point), meant to skim the market.
But to be able to realistically compare the modern games from different manufacturers to any of the Stern offerings, it makes the most sense to compare them at that high "LE" price point (i.e. other manufacturers don't offer that 'pro' version).
I hope that makes sense.
A funny thing, for me personally, is that I sometimes like Sterns pro's more than I like their Premium/LE's. For example, I think the mini playfield in GoT totally ruins the speed and flow of the game. But that's just my opinion of course
Serious question, why does Dialed In only have one listing instead of separated Standard, LE, and CE?
Edit: I just looked at the top 100 and Batman 66 and Wizard of Oz only have one listing too. Shouldn’t Batman 66 SLE be the ultimate representation of that pin. I’m just curious how you choose to apply the separation.