On tests, I always come out 9 or 5 first, then 3, 4 or 1 right behind, then 6 or 7, and with a huge drop off to 2 and 8. I did one test that told me I'm a 7 or 3 though, but I've found, the shorter the test, the more likely I am to test that way for some reason.
I relate most to 3, 4, 5, 9 and the phobic 6 to some degree. I did a paid e-mail correspondence figure-out-my-enneatype thing with some lady on an enneagram website, but didn't like it too much. She said I sound like a 5w4, 4w5, or " the intellectual 9 with a heavy one wing." I don't know. Enneagram confuses me a bit, but I like how many options there are and how much there is to figure out (wings, tritypes, levels, variants...) but in a way, it is precisely that (nuances, look-a-likes, etc.) that makes it difficult to discern which I really am.
I haven't looked at variant stackings closely enough yet.