I discovered MBTI 5 years ago and recently studied it further... until socionics seduced my analytical mind with a more comprehensive theory, although various socionists mess it up quite a lot
Although I am interested in socionics, I still look at it cautiously, considering that many issues are not yet fixed, especially those related to a cultural bias as well as a deep lack of statistics. Now I still look at socionics as a new geeky theory to play with, hoping it can be useful in ways that I still need to determine.
Beside socionics I like to talk about maths, astronomy, Earth sciences, history and psychology (that intersect in anthropology), as well as good music (the one that excites your imagination more than your senses), or landscapes where there is a lot to imagine about (e.g. remote mountains). Il li to play games where rules leave a great place to strategy.
Generally speaking I like a little novelty but prefer focus on what makes the most sense in my life, such as family and anticipation (great challenge these days).
Hope this first jump has left you enough clues to type me