*Sorry if this topic has already been posted* I came across this website: http://www.ptypes.com/ Basically, it describes various personality styles that look loosely related to both enneagram and MBTI. (Moreso MBTI, since it's based on Jungian psychology and the four modern temperaments (Idealist, Traditionalist, Rationalist and Hedonist). It's like enneagram in that it focuses on the healthy and unhealthy versions of each type, and lists common virtues and vices associated with each type. The types are as follows: IDEALISTS: (Most Likely NF's) Conscienscious- ENFJ Vigilant- ENFP Sensitive- INFJ Dramatic- INFP TRADITIONALISTS: (Most Likely SJ's) Liesurely- ESTJ Serious- ISTJ Self-Sacrificing- ESFJ Devoted- ISFJ RATIONALISTS: (Most likely NT's) Aggressive- ENTJ Idiosyncratic- INTJ Inventive- ENTP Solitary- INTP HEDONISTS: (Most likely SP's) Self-Confident- ESTP Adventurous-ISTP Mercurial- ESFP Exuberant- ISFP It was interesting to note that when I looked at each of the descriptions of the personaltiy styles, I identified with some I didn't expect to. People who assess which personality style fits them usually rank them from most like them to least. This kind of brings to light the functions used that are less common for Idealists. My ranking: 1) Sensitive 2) Devoted 3) Idiosyncratic 4) Serious So, for all of you.....I'm interested to see which ones you identify with and what you think of this system. If anything, it's an intriguing alternative.