Since watching RedLetterMedia's funny, excellent, yet somewhat over-the-top video reviews of the Star Wars prequels (the review of part II itself lasted 70 minutes), I've grown increasingly interested in discussing the personality types of Star Wars characters. I am NOT interested in reading the long impressive-looking lists of characters along with all their type calls. Many of the characters in those lists are too obscure to be of any interest. And the lists are so long and dogmatic as to obviate discussion.
I am interested in defining the main characters in particular, such as boring old Mace Windu. He may be found to be more interesting than reading a Jedi instruction manual with a type pasted over the cover. Or a cut-out cardboard character with a label stuck on its forehead. Defining a person according to a type should be more difficult than defining the word "table." (In case anyone cares, try defining "table," according to rules of species and genera, without reference to any dictionary or other source; now imagine how much more challenging it would be to define an individual person, much less a generic table.)
I also want to know if it's possible to type the Jedi Order itself. Enneatype 1? Repressive of love, idealistic, reforming, demands an orderly galactic federation.