I failed to mention the third kind of moho -- the kind of moho I once was.
The third moho is the one sitting on the fence, not knowing what to do, waiting for God to carve an answer into stone tablets for them.
They may question some things about the Church but remain loyal to its counsels. They are usually sincere in simply wanting to do what is right.
Some are content with their limbo; others spend innumerable hours pouring over the scriptures and listening to every word of every Church official, hoping that something more understandable will be mentioned during the next General Conference.
I have no qualms with these mohos.
There's also the fourth kind of moho, the cultural moho -- those who have a Mormon past but don't really associate with the Church anymore.