I understand where Fi may be more beneficial than Fe, and where Te may be more beneficial than Ti. I'm just saying, maybe it's the fact that I bonk heads with TeFi users above all else? I don't know.
My xSFP friend got me into MBTI. We, at first, thought I was INTJ, then ENTJ, then ESTJ, ISTJ, INFP, ESFJ, ISFJ, and now he's back to ISTJ. I've been studying independently for quite some time now, and INFJ is a great fit. He won't have it though. He KNOWS that Si is my dominant function, and refuses to hear that I read about Si and have NO idea how it applies to me, but Ni speaks to me. Then he asks me to explain my own PERSONAL Ni. And I struggle. And this is normal. He doesn't get it.
I then told him that I think HE'S a Sensor (he currently thinks he's an ENFP). He's one to go to the store and buy something because of the "pretty packaging." Or order something at a restaurant because it "looks pretty." One time, it was 9:45, and a Chinese restaurant CLEARLY on its menu said they delivered until 10. He told me (although we were both starving) that we shouldn't order because it wouldn't be a "pleasant experience" and it would seem "rushed" (even though we already knew what we'd order).
He's classic Se to me. He cussed and yelled and disagreed with me "NOOOOO I'M NOT A SENSOR....BUT YOU ARE." I just agree with him at this point. Even when it's hard.
^I left this post for a couple of hours, and forgot where I was going with it, but eh, hitting "post" anyways.