I have an Akhal-Teke. He is crossed with Morgan. I'd peg his temperament similar to a clear headed Arab. High energy, smart as a whip, straight forward, tries to please, loves to work. He really excels at dressage and jumping. He has competed at A level shows against warm bloods and come out in front. Definitely not a quarter horse type personality or movement. Nothing escapes his attention and he is always ready to strut his stuff. He has picked up tricks and new skills with very little repetition.
I guess the best example of temperament is the fact that he is my first horse. I'm in my 30's and had about 6mo of lessons before purchasing him. He's always taken care of me and is forgiving if I'm not correct in my signals. My biggest challenge is finding new ways to keep him from becoming bored with a routine. So we frequently change up activities, trail ride, or try new things.