It's good that they're one of the types least likely to follow social stereotypes and to like social (whether gender or sexual or just non-gender related behavioral, Democratic types, especially those subtyped in direction of Beta, are less likely to support sexual and gender norms, although ILE-Ti were less likely to work in the 1800s when women didn't work much, so they did go along with that one) norms, but I've noticed they tend to support the most popular and well-known medical treatments and they're too busy seeking pleasure than interested in inventing revolutionary devices and methods. And they often have mainstream political views and tend to go along with the shitty, tyrannical majority on many things. It's like they're never contrarians for the sake of being a contrarian. They differ most from norms in the pleasures they seek, in the things, foods and drinks and clothes they buy and the places they go. I guess having Causal-Determinist cognitive style makes them relatively unable to solve problems in a revolutionary way; they basically use Ti to play with things and try to understand things forever, and then it's never useful (Te). And they often look too much into text/research, rather than reality when it comes to judging/trying to judge peoples' character and intentions and they're shocked when they see someone they thought was predictable do something different because they think people are more rigid and unchanging than they actually are; for those reasons, they make terrible psychologists and they often major in psychology because they can't usually figure people out on their own, without research and adherence to some system, which is basically directions for them and they wind up making mistakes when dealing with people because of that. They think of themselves as great psychologists, when their only real people skills is to manipulate people and that comes from their Ti and knowledge of their own actions rather than any real understanding of other people.
And the ones who have a huge preference for deduction and don't trust inductive reasoning never do much revolutionary.
Gamma NTs are way more scientifically non-traditional and less by the book than ILE-Ti. ILI are much more critical towards common knowledge, much more willing to test everything, to not adhere to frameworks, and much more non-traditional and more original outside the box thinkers who actually get things done when it comes to creativity and technologies and less willing to make trade-offs. I guess that's reflected in ILI having the highest IQ of all the types. I know ILE-Ti and SLE-Ti are likely to say the critic doesn't count as much as the one who does things, but thing is that ILI both criticize a lot and they do a lot.
So being non-conformists isn't really a huge defining feature of ILE-Ti IMO; they're not as independent minded as they think they are, they often go into a field and stay in it until retirement and never find a useful or groundbreaking or unusual solution.
So I would rate them as about 62.5% non-conformist; while that's certainly higher than 50%, it's not better than average by a whole helluva lot.