As I have stated on probably every forum in which I participate - Whether a plant will do well in semi-hydroponics is less determined by the plant, and more determined by the rest of your growing conditions, and how well they work with the constant moisture of the S/H environment to meet the needs of the plant. ANY plant CAN be grown in S/H, but that doesn't mean that anybody can grow any plant that way.
In my greenhouse conditions, they do extremely well, but that has absolutely no bearing on whether they will do well for you.
Also, keep in mind that a plant's root system will have to undergo a complete adaptation to the new conditions, so it is best to move a plant to different culture just as new roots are emerging from the base of the plant. That applies to ANY change - moss to bark, bark to moss, bark to S/H, etc. - with the "degree of difficulty" determined by the degree of difference between old and new pot conditions.