In general, though, all of the type descriptions are heavily influenced by the perspective of the author: their beliefs and subtle biases can get transposed into you. For this reason, I don't think going around and reading type descriptions is the best way to go about self-typing. They are still an enormous tool, but perhaps not the best method. Surely there will be multiple types you relate to, and trying to quantify the "best" one may be difficult. I think you understand this balance by saying 'there's a high probability', meaning it's likely but not 100% all of the time.