You know, so long as thinking about this all theoretically is something that feels like it benefits you, rather than creates stress, I certainly don't see any harm in it.
However, human relationships, as you know from having some kinds of them already, are so personal, so unique, and so incredibly diverse, as are our experiences in them, and how we feel about them, that trying to name who we are in them and what words best define our experiences in them is a bit of an impossible enterprise if and when we haven't yet had those experiences and thus have no patterns to observe!
Just as an example, I can't imagine, personally, trying to find names for my own sexual orientation before I had any feelings of attraction to even consider when doing that. I feel like focusing on what to call a thing for myself before I had experienced that thing would probably have caused me stress, and perhaps even kept me from just letting myself have those feelings, and then experiences with them, that I was really all-in, rather than one foot out of because I was trying to name them, if that makes sense.
Now, maybe that's just me, and I am certainly someone I know has always been pretty comfortable just letting myself experience things without trying to name the from the front. And maybe that's not you.
But I guess what I would just do is encourage you to perhaps seek some middle ground here so that when and if you do experience feelings you identify as being in love, or as romantic, and if and when you do explore those feelings in any kind of relationship, you at least make sure you leave room to just be in and enjoy those feelings and relationships as much as you're room for trying to classify them. Just because otherwise, it just seems to me like you might miss out on the good stuff that comes from just experiencing things.