1. ISFP, if I'm accurately typed. I admire them. Coolheaded, especially the technical ones. The older and less foolhardy they become, the more likely I will place them in key positions. They bottle up frustration, go erubescent and explode -- but helplessly. No malice. Keirsey's right when he says that this type competes with ESFPs in terms of friendliness.
2. I don't. They're extremely lucid.
3. Their simple humor. Their eccentric but amusing tastes.
4. Yes, but it's often so straightforward that I actually can't concentrate on it for long.
5. No, and if individuals of this type specialize and excel in a trade, they are much more highly valued -- and, really, justifiably so.
6. The most typical associations within a culture or subculture. I've found every one in a design field, be it fashion, print or aviation.
7. Publicly, probably quite often. But their softness, especially that in men of this type, isn't immediately apparent.
8. Without any changes in behavior, though gravity lessens when they're around.
9. Many times more intense, more confrontational, more complicated; potentially aggressive and sometimes overbearing; but, helpfully, usefully directive and competent.