Am I the only one who doesn't like how MBTI descriptions talk more in terms of values/ideals in the INFP description than the ISFP one? Yes, Ne does look for new possibilities, but Se is not *too* different---rather than searching for possibilities, it searches for opportunities of action.
The descriptions are good at describing Fi/Ne, but not so good at describing Fi/Se. And remember, ISFPs are dominated by Fi. I at least noticed one ISFP description which mentioned the dom Fi(the personalitypage one). In the other descriptions, not so much. Fi is an important part of an ISFP, so how come it's not mentioned more often?