I do, in most cases.
I'm an INFP, and typically we're supposed to get along well with ENFJ's and ESFJ's.
ESFJ's and I usually end up not getting along, because it seems like when I point out my opinion or viewpoint on a subject, they feel it's their duty to point out why I'm wrong and they're right. ESFJ's that I've met also seem to have no grasp on the concept of "personal bubble", and don't understand why I don't want to tell them all of my woes and fears. I don't know what it is, but I just clash with ESFJ's, with the exception of a few very, very close friends.
ENFJ's are all fine and well, except for the fact that I'm totally uncomfortable with their insecurities, to the point that it hinders my relationships with them. I'm all for backing anyone up in their goals, applauding them for their achievements, and cheering them up when they're down. I'll sit and listen and advise to the best of my abilities. But I find it so draining to be constantly on my toes, worried that I'm going to offend them, or having to constantly throw compliments in their direction. I guess, I find them needy. Bad experience, or just conflicting personalities? I don't know. Because of this, one ENFJ in particular thinks I'm a cold bitch. I'm inclined to think that this just may have been an unhealthy ENFJ though, because everything else about the relationship was wonderful and ideal, fireworks and warm fuzzies, the whole nine yards.
I find it way easier to get along with TP's. The two people who I adore and admire most in the world, an ENTP and an ISTP. It's so much easier to deal with someone who's logical and rational, especially in situations where I may not be. J's and I don't get along, because I get frustrated with their "black-and-white" thinking.
tl;dr, the people MBTI tells me I should get along with, are usually the people I get along with the least.
Does anyone else feel like this whole compatibility thing is all wrong? Certainly there are exceptions, but a handful of INFP's I've spoken with seem to have similar dispositions.