Makes sense to me. (Although I'd feel the need to clarify 'flaws' in this sense are not 'flaws' in the objective sense, but rather my own subjective viewpoint...and therefore I don't really view them as flaws, rather as traits I just don't think line up ideally with mine, in a mutually beneficial way, or traits I simply get way too annoyed with. And of course that's my OWN definition of what I think's best. So, yeah, things would go together more effortlessly, and there'd be more common ground to start with, with an ENTP or INTJ, than with an ISTJ or INFP. Fewer bridges to cross with the former. Really, we're saying the same thing, just different words. )I don't know what to say about this, I know a fair number of INFJs and they're littered with flaws! No more and no less than any other type but all the same they're full of flaws. For me, they're the easiest flaws to handle and deal with but that holds true for the other dominant intuitives as well. The further you go from that the harder time I have dealing with the flaws. I sadly feel the need to offer a disclaimer here though I'm going to hope you're catching on that I'm speaking of rules not exceptions as nothing could be taken as a give in otherwise.