I did, last week.
Like RedBird said, riding position is the same.
The install was very easy, especially if you have an extra set of hands. You'll need an air gun to pop the left grip off and some grip glue to put it back. The right grip assembly simply unbolts and slides off. When installing the new risers you will have to leave out the fat flat washers because the thru bolts are shorter, but the new bars are pre-drilled, ready to go, and have sight marks etched on the surface for alignment of parts.
The new risers were a bit of a dissapointment to me because they were not powder coated the same color as the bars. They have a natural finish.
All-in-all though it looks way better than the the stock chrome. Next week is a set of custom Triumph levers.
My God, it never ends...