I really like the charts at the bottom of this resource (see above). I find myself referring back to them a lot and thought others might find them useful.
The descriptions of the different instinct variants are simple, so I don't feel pigeonholed by them but there is enough there so that you can build up a picture of a personality that you see yourself reflected in.
I relate a lot to the words and phrases which are used to describe the social subtype for enneagram 9. It's helped me to realise I am indeed in the correct line of work and stop worrying that I should have tried a different career. I think so anyway haha.
You can also think about your instinct stack and your tritype when looking at the chart. For example, I consider myself to be so/sx 946. I mostly relate to the social 9 descriptions but I also relate to the sexual 4 and self-preservation 6 descriptions. In fact I relate to all of the 9,4,6 descriptions a little bit.
You can even use it to think about the 'wings' of each part of your tritype too. Or what you could look like when you integrate or disintegrate from your main Ennegram type.
I will try to copy and paste some of the 'key words' I relate to later on.
To me, it feels like a very 'complete' resource, summarising and simplifying a wide range of archetypes humans might relate to. There is also some noticeable cross over between the type descriptions, and I think this goes to show how difficult it is to separate people into precise descriptions or personality types.