that's just it though, i don't think anyone is a stereotypical version. if you have tendencies/thoughts/beliefs/behaviors that can be loosely brought under the heading of, say Fi+Ne, then there will be similarities (even though, in reality, those behaviors and what not are stemming from something much, much deeper, and as one looks at the possible routes that could spring from such an in-born makeup, there would actually be thousands of possiblities that would allow for someone who isn't very INTP-ish to be an INTP, maybe not according to behavioral psychology like MBTI, but to Jungian psychology it would--the two are different; measuring behavior is measuring persona which is how one see themselves, which now that person is measuring something different that their cognitive outlook)--now, bring all of these people who are similar and like-minded and put them together and watch the behavior homogenize even further to the point that they are "cognitive function+cog. func." first and foremost, and human second, and then watch how it separates them from being multi-deminsional. now, one might argue that being one-deminsional, even though it can have a negative connatation, is actually the first step in differentiating your functions, but if the behavior that is associated with the former is the ideal to stand for... it's almost like the idea of "who someone wants to be" upon finding a type description can set them up for a dead-end growth wise, where thinkers can only see the benefits of "thinking" and look down upon feelers and vice versa (basically, it allows people to view this smaller part of their personality, their conscious use, as the totality of their being which makes it easier to downplay what they're not bringing into play, which hinders growth and continues this "i'm this type so i only believe this and that", and you get alot of "well, WE do this and that" and "WE think this way"--not to mentiont that most types i meet in real life are nothing like the cookie cutter types i meet on some forums (and here i want to stress that i'm not saying that all are this way, it's just a behavorial trend that i've noticed).