I really want to watch that video now, I'll do it soonTM. =/
Actually, I found my results really accurate. Especially the 170 page premium profile...
Horoscopes are really vague and most of mine doesn't even sound like me, hell naw. But I found the descriptions and stuff from 16personalities very accurate. And no, it doesn't just have heaps of wanking statements that are all positives. It lists out plenty of weaknesses and suggestions, etc. I actually noted down a bunch of the stuff with I thought was relevant to me and I ended up with 15 or 16 pages. I'll put a few of the more specific ones here for example. I wish there was a spoiler feature like on the Warframe forums so this isn't a big ass wall of text, but here goes:
In their opinion, the only good solution is the logical solution – INTPs do not see the point in using emotional arguments. This is one of the main reasons why INTPs usually find it difficult to relate to other people.
INTPs find it very difficult to handle romantic relationships, especially in their earliest stages. They are likely to be completely clueless when it comes to attracting a partner. The main reason behind this is that INTP personalities are both private and very rational – they find it difficult to understand the complex and often illogical social rituals that are considered part of the dating “game”, especially in Western societies.
INTPs may often come across as insensitive or be puzzled when it comes to dealing with an emotionally-charged situation. While the INTP’s statements may be rational and completely correct, they may not take into account another person’s emotional state, background, or individual circumstances.
INTP personalities do not respect rules or regulations just because they are there; they need to be confident that those restrictions make sense. Consequently, INTPs strongly dislike environments that are built on blind obedience, traditions or respect for authority.
INTPs often say that the best thing about their job, whatever it may be, is using creativity to find and solve problems related to various systemic issues. In other words, people with this personality type tend to be less interested in why entry #319
in the accounting journal contains incorrect information; they ask why the system is not good enough to pick this up automatically. INTPs are the ultimate architects and organizers, and this is not some kind of a feel-good overstatement.
It's also got a bunch of different categories. Parenting, academic path, careers, romantic relationships, friendships, etc. So, it's actually pretty detailed and not just full of wanking feel-good statements as one would expect.