Te inarguably has its upsides. Just not who I want to be, in some ways. Similar to how you wish you had more Te. Cheer up about your own Te-envy though - I think it's easier for a Ti-er to master Te than vice versa, so just keep practicing!But don't be too down on your Te. Te fucking rules the world, and I'm depressed about that. I read recently that some ridiculously high proportion of executives were all TJ types, and other types were extremely rare.
Those people are awesome! INTJ-like NF is a good way to put it - you're an idealist whose core concern is humanity, but you have the sharp and penetrating logic skills INTJ is stereotyped as having.I also like your theory about a well-balanced INFJ. My sister is like that. She has all the best traits of an NF + all the best traits of an INTJ. She does well in everything she does, and is well-liked everywhere.