It's been done successfully for 30 years.I wouldn't recommend buying a MAF tuned for injectors, espeically anything larger than 24s if your ECU is calibrated for 19s. You need a MAF which is set to measure the estimated air mass flow rate for your engine, plus a margin of safety (+20% to 30%), and the flow vs. output voltage calibration sheet to go with it. Then you need a means of updating the MAF transfer function in your ECU along with the injector flow rates. This will solve a lot of the typical driveability problems people have when upgrading injectors and MAFs. MAF sensors with shifted flow curves to correct for the increased injector flow rates is a hack solution, and it becomes more un-workable the further you get away from the base injector size in your ECU. The best solution is to recalibrate the ECU with the correct data for the components installed. I hate to see you waste money on a questionable work-around when you've put so much time and attention into everything else that you've done with your car.
When all parts are installed correctly and the injector size and maf are sized correctly for the combination there are no drivability issues.