I think there should be descriptions on how Ti works for Se and/or Ne (if applicable) because Se + Ti could look a lot like Te. If I'm not wrong Sim has explanations for how Ti works for ISTPs and ESTPs.
The standard definition of Ti seems way too theoretical and too "passive" (in a sense that it's does not stimulate Se) for it to work for an Se dom/aux.
Same for Se + Fi.
Two pages long theoretical explaination is okay, but a few concrete examples would make everything much more simple.