Yes I have a lot of experience with them. They are in the family of Rhinecanthus sp. The family consists of the Huma Huma, Bursa, Assasi triggerfish.
It really depends with the individual personality in that fish, but my experience with that family is they do rather well with other triggerfish.
Advice: Get them small first, juveniles don't tend to be as territorial as adult triggerfish. Here's a trick, every time you add a triggerfish to other triggerfish, make sure you rearrange your live rock or decorations that you have in the tank.
In my experience have had very little fighting, but once I changed the rocks around the only thing I had to worry about was if I wanted to add a different kind of fish. In the wild triggers are not pack hunters but in my tank they worked as a team. They killed an adult rockmover wrasse and a Sohal surgeonfish
that really sucked but I still wouldn't give the triggers up for nothing I just don't add other fish but triggers.
They are extrodanary fish with a lot of beauty and hardiness.
Hope this helps.