Mine would be 4w5, 5w4, and 1w2. When solving a problem, at first I go by how I feel about something, how it relates to me, what type of creative vision I have to bring to the table. I tend to focus on what my imagination/heart tells me first. In order to figure out the steps to achieve this desired end result, I end up heavily intellectualizing it, what body of knowledge I already have on the issue, consult manuals/ research the topic at length, practically withdraw from the world. Then I implement the plan, and I can be picky about how it will be done... it has to be done according to how I see it should be done, to live up to the standard that I see my vision... kind of perfectionistic. I can be caring and for moral reform, but more in terms of treating others with respect and not ostracizing people because they are different, or lack/have traits that aren't considered popular or en vogue. Think of the kid that gets picked on in school... the fact he is picked on pisses me off, and I want the bullies to treat him with respect and kindness because I feel that human beings should be treated kindly and respectfully. I tend to go off on romantic fantasies... very prone to them. I love to intellectualize everything, but at the same time, there's a romantic vision attached to my intellectual thoughts. For instance, whenever I gaze into the universe and see how vast it is, analyze the various mechanisms and laws of physics it functions by, I think that not only is it fascinating from a scientific standpoint, but also find it so beautiful and awe inspiring. I get big emotional reactions from learning something new, and my mood can be effected by what I learn. I am quite sensitive to changes in the environment, from an aesthetic point of view and how it influences my mood.