It's a quite cool typology, which I feel more "ethical" than MBT or such. It doesn't deal with the E/I thing, but only with the four jungian functions.
They aren't really called jungian functions, but rather quadrants.
A - Left Cortical = Logic
B - Left Limbic = Sensing
C - Right Limbic = Ethics
D - Right Cortical = Intuition
I prefer A, then D. So do LII's, so do LIE's.
The E/I thing is subject to caricatures and may produce discrimination, therefore I think it's good idea to make some typology which doesn't take the E/I thing into account.
Process types are AB, BC, CD, or DA, whereas Result types are AD, DC, CB, or BA. Don't you find this interesting ? The Process/Result thing is related to the preferred direction of information ! Like it'd be clockwise or anticlockwise.
EDIT: The dude who elaborated this typology made Brain Imagery to verify it. Therefore, I think Gulenko was right when he said "Sensing and Logic are on the Left brain ; Intuition and Ethics are on the Right brain".