Here's the deal...
Anyone who possesses 200-215 lbs of LEAN BODY MASS is WAY bigger than 99% of the population and just about as much as anyone posting on this site, or any other "bodybuilding site" for that matter.
These physique models are carrying a very respectable amount of lean weight and are impressive. Getting to that level of conditioning anywhere north of 175-180 lbs requires a lot of work. Yes, almost all of them are "naturally lean and muscular", but not to the point of the what their physiques are showing in these contests, that requires a lot of dedication.
On a personal note...I've dieted down to about 205 lbs of lean body mass at one point (212 bodyweight)....was just under 3% body fat, and I looked huge next to an average guy, and even those who consider themselves "hardcore" bodybuilders. I was (and still am compared to some) tiny, compared to a seasoned vet of bodybuilding in the larger weight classes, but in regards to this site.....top 1%, even at that weight.
Fact is, these sites are platforms for opinions, more than anything. Most people's opinions don't mean shit, and are full of contempt and jealousy. That's why it seems everyone has something negative to say about someone else's physique...they're not happy with their own, so they tear others down to make themselves feel better, or justify their own lack of progress.
However, bodybuilding/physique training is a highly emotional and visually based arena. It's based purely on critique and judgement. Part of the reason it's so great, and sadly, a large part of the reason, it's so cynical.
The intelligent ones immersing themselves in this lifestyle, possess, both the common sense and maturity to know the difference. Not surprisingly, these are the guys who hang around for the long haul, while the others fall to the wayside.