Also, our apartment is a disaster. You'd think that an INTJ/ISFJ place would be immaculate.
EDIT: But there are some things that are very accurate in that description. As for the INTJ description it's pretty accurate. Both my fiance and my father (both SJ's) whom I'm closest with and know me the best will always tell me when they're about to give up on trying to get me to do something, "Well, you'll do what you want. You always do." Yeah, I think strong-willed (stubborn?) and independent describes me quite well, as does the part about the ridiculously high standards.
As for the relationship with my ISFJ, it is probably one of the few stable things in my life right now, and I'm so thankful it's there because I really do need it. Same could be said with my ISTJ father, except obviously it's not romantic.
But I know for one thing that I would never call my fiance needy or clingy, or tell him to be more logical. If he was like that I would've left a long time ago, and I know better than to tell him to be something he's not (though he is pretty logical for an ISFJ.) I like our dynamic because it's a great learning experience. I can make up for what he lacks and vice versa. It gives me a different perspective in looking at things. I don't always have to agree with it, but I can still respect it. I mean, I don't want another me in the house. I know what I'm like and that's enough, thank you. INTJ's love to learn but sometimes we tend to close ourselves off from people that we don't understand. That's why INTJ/SJ relationships tend to have a bad track record, because neither one takes the initiative to understand the other.