Being a fellow INFP, my opinion may not be what you were looking for, but no one has responded just yet. Anyway, I feel there is great potential for anything more you could want. The description of your type is only a collection of commonalities that tend to be function preferences for those who test as that type.
This is a very common topic on this site, I have found, and it is all too easy to get caught up in the descriptions and whether or not each individual accurately follows her or his type profile. But what we forget is that we are all individuals, and even 16 types cannot completely account for every last quirk of every last person on the planet. These descriptions are only summaries of preferences
. It is not the MBTI's purpose to create a box for an individual to live in, but rather to record patterns in the way a person takes in stimuli, processes it, and then responds to it. That being said, if you seek something more, then you have potential for it.
I currently test as an INFP, though I used to test as an INTP. I now verge on IXFP. Some people believe that the first type you test as is your true type, but I have read and studied enough Psychology literature to believe that just as cognition and behavior are learned and static, personality is also malleable.
And if you prefer to stick closer to the descriptions, INFPs have been described often as chameleons, so perhaps that is why I believe there is potential for "more."