yeah, I feel like I am in the middle of everything, maybe I don't know myself well. what you said could fit me though, but I'm not sure about N/S. I only see the big picture, I hate details, I'm very creative... but I also like sensing things like rollercoasters, horror movies, and warm summer days. I used to be a heavy reader (before I found out about the internet), finishing all of the harry potter books (that were available) in 2nd grade, but now I don't think I like harry potter... also I researched all about space and astronomy when I was younger, until I figured it all out and now I'm not interested. also used to be creative and make a whole world with my toys and turn them into people, but I also follow instructions carefully. I like to figure things out on my own, but when it comes to school I need detailed instructions because then so many questions pop in my mind to fill the gaps Maybe I have become a sensor... also, I'm not sure what this is, but when I start one thing I need to get it done before I can move on. Sort of like this personality thing, I have to figure it out. Or my teacher complained before that when I am stuck on a question while taking a test, I spend a lot of time on that question before moving on because I need to finish that question or I get nervous.
Teacher gave me the "math star" of my 2nd grade classroom. I love math and physics, specifically the toughest word problems, but I'm also great at art and doodle during class... so I'm unsure of thinker/feeler. I like to help people with their problems and have actually done that for hours but it drains me too. I am devoted though, and I help random people find their personality type even if it wastes my own time. As for thinker, I make logical decisions, and I don't think I consider other people.
People have called me INFP before, but I don't have strong values, at least that I'm aware of. If you want to make me change my mind, you need to use logic and evidence (for most things). Sometimes though I will not care, like I took that button test where you push the button that kills all of your family or the one that kills all of Asia, I won't kill my family no matter how much evidence is shown. I've also been labeled xSFP, which is what confuses me between sensor/intuitive.
Oh, and I definitely place too much value on outside evidence/sources/logic. Other's input confuses me, which is why I've read so many conflicting things online and now I can't decide; all of that evidence will haunt me, like getting INTJ the very first time I took the test, or reading that intuitive = looking for symbols in movies, or sensor = enjoying life