I can answer my own paper to some extent.
Yes, there exists research that finds specific combinations of factor scores predictive. For example:
"High Extraversion and Openness and low Neuroticism and Agreeableness predicted fearless dominance, whereas high Neuroticism and low Agreeableness and Conscientiousness predicted impulsive antisociality". 
Hoewever, it is unclear if 'personality theorists' a priori propose that such combinations of traits exist.
In addition, personality research is a very productive field , with personality measurement (like the Big Five) being used to predict anything from educational success, to leadership, to health behaviour etc.
It therefore seems unlikely there will be a review titled: "Combinations of Personality Dimension Scores and what they predict: a review of 40 years of research" (a book i would definately like to leaf through)
 Ross, Scott R., et al. "Factors of the Psychopathic Personality Inventory: Criterion-related validity and relationship to the BIS/BAS and Five-Factor models of personality." Assessment (2008).
 Allik, Jüri. "Personality psychology in the first decade of the new millennium: a bibliometric portrait." European Journal of Personality 27.1 (2013): 5-14