OK, this isn't entirely rocket science, but as I am sort of bored I thought i'd post it.
As I understand the theory, we can't really create our DS functions ourselves with any great success, however it is an important part of who we are and as we "like" it, we tend to find ourselves influenced by it and attracted to it.
So with that in mind, we can sort of look at the types and see what sort of activities or environments that they find themselves attracted to - even on a more 'subconcious' level.
INTj's & ISTj's - attracted to happy, cheerful and exciting places (Fe DS)
INTp's & INFp's - attracted to power driven, sometimes risky or even dangerous environments/activities (Se DS)
ISTp's & ISFp's - attracted to unique or unusual people, places or novel ideas (which might explain how some of the type descriptions describe ISTp's for instance as having a love for travel and culture - it's different ways of looking at similar things (Ne DS)
INFj's & ISTj's - attracted to efficient and fact driven environments and people (Te DS)
ESTp's & ESFp's - (Ni DS)
ESTj's & ENTj's - attracted to compassionate and humanitarian endeavours (Fi DS)
ESFj's & ENFj's - (Ti DS)
ENFp's & ENTp's - attracted to environments or things which enable them to experience some "time out" and peace of mind - (Si DS)
OK, I realise these aren't fully fleshed out, and some of them are blank, but I thought it would be interesting if anyone wants to add/or amend to them.
It also occured to me that ISTj's may seek for instance a somewhat different environment than INTj's due to the affect of the overall valued functions (ie one seeks Si and other seeks Ni), but I think that it's still reasonable to classify them in one grouping, as in this example, Fe environments are still Fe.
But perhaps people might want to seperate it into the 16 types rather than the 8.
FWIW I think that the first two, INTj and INTp (although not exclusively) seem fairly accurate, others could probably be elaborated on.
It might also be useful to people just now or in the future who are looking to determine their type. Knowing the sort of things/environment they ideally like or are attracted to could help as a further piece of info if they are trying to decide their type in general or perhaps more appropriately between just a few (2 or maybe more) types.