I think the most interesting thing of dreaming and type is that in dreams you don't really have type anymore and can more purely experience all aspects of yourself.
I'm not aware much of my dreams anymore, but of the ones that I do remember:
(1) Most of them are the sort that are somehow related to a problem that I was fixated on the day prior. They rarely directly confront the problem I was working on but end up giving some bit of insight in the periphery. Last night my combined boredom and mini type crisis landed me back taking a final exam in my last days of high school, and I was sent out of class to finish the rest of my test and instead of the nutrition posters in the hallways there were student-drawn posters describing each of the types xD And yeah a lot of other stuff happened from there but I'm not getting into all that publicly....
(2) Then there's the little percentage of fear dreams that pop up that are very short. Usually things like natural disasters or car accidents, but some of them are too strange to describe in those terms. They rarely get into nightmare territory, as the dream me is usually either unusually calm about it or sort of an action movie hero in a rush.
(3) Then there's multipart situational dreams not brought on by a particular problem in the day, that are like the story dreams, but with more of my RL situations and settings.
(4) Then there's those "where the bleep did that come from?" story dreams that have multiple storylines going on and half of them don't really make sense. But they are sort of like those television series where there's these different characters and each of them has their own thread that eventually gets woven in with the others. The only example I can think of right now is "Heroes".... so it's like Heroes meets Wonderland
To type connect these, I would say that in the (1) dreams it is almost like Ti and F blend together, (2) and (3) deal with general S things that I don't want to during the regular day, and (4) is where Ne converges into something like Ni
But this is probably not what you were talking about, is it? I don't have any simple answers right now