I thought this was kinda useful, the different class winners from last year's WNBF Worlds Championships.
From left to right:
Richard Godzecki ~6', heavyweight (>190 lbs)
Brian Whitacre ~5'9, lightweight (<160 lbs)
Hayzer Cayli - ~5'10, middlweight (160-176 lbs)
Now, looking at Hayzer for a moment (guy on the right, and eventual overall winner), realize that this is a man with definitely exceptional genetics, who is 100% on top of his training and nutrition every day of the year (it's his job after all), who stands a mere 5'10 tall, and competes at about 175 lbs onstage.
Obviously this is contest condition (~5-7%). Those more mathematically among you can calculate what his approximate weight would be at 10%, because I see way too many people online (not merely on this site) claiming ridiculous stats of how much they would weigh at such a level of bodyfat, and it does nothing more than illustrate a complete delusion with how this all actually works.
Now, looking at this caliber of athlete, realizing that in person, they are DAMN HUGE (believe me, I've stood next to some of the top people in the sport!), should not give anyone any sort of complex where they stop trying (that's just stupid and completely defeatist), but it SHOULD give them a realistic understanding that maintaining a hell of a lot of ACTUAL MUSCLE (well beyond what the average person would consider 'muscular'), does not require ridiculously exaggerated scale weights if you are truly in possession of lean muscle.