All the ENFPs I've known have been great. I think you've got more to be concerned with with dominant thinkers than with all thinkers. I've noticed ENTJs tend not to get along as well with ENFPs, and INTPs are iffy too. I think what's more important than type though is that people are willing to work with each other and attempt to understand them on their level. This is definitely something a lot of T types struggle with unless they work at it.
Welll said! Agreed.
It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are. ~e.e. cummings
For the record, I am very firmly a 7w6. But... I wish there was a better word for it... "sinister" keeps coming to mind, but I'm thinking less creepy than that. I'm more flinty than most other 7w6's I've encountered. The buoyancy is still there, but not as pronounced, I guess. I suspect I would have been more gregarious version of myself in another incarnation.
" The bird of paradise alights only on the hand that does not grasp." - John Berry