Throwing this into the mix, I stumbled across http://www.neoxenos.org/temperaments...ament_test.htm, I actually found these 4 temperments to be very telling and easy to relate to, my results were:
Made sense to me, I identified equally with Choleric and Melancholy, the description of those two combined summed me up nicely as well:
The Strategist is more detail oriented than the other Cholerics. They initiate change. They usually operate from a well-thought through plan. They have creative ideas. They will often use very direct, forceful and persistent methods to get results or promote their ideas. They want to be in charge because of confidence in their ability to make things happen the "right" way. They like to solve problems and make decisions¾and are actually quite able to do so. They usually have well thought-out goals and are very independent in an attempt to carry them out. They need to know exactly what is expected before they can function efficiently. They can be very forceful and very sensitive. They speak with authority and are usually very productive. When working on a project they exhibit sensitivity and strategy that reveals penetrating insight. To be highly motivated they need freedom, the opportunity for advancement, information that will help them get results and the chance to make something better. They dislike weakness."
Doesn't seem to be a definitive correlation to this and MBTI, if anyone has looked into that on a deeper level, feel free to chime in.