Failing to plan is planning to fail. How would you actually prepare for the meet? How would you progress this into a successful competition?
Give it a shot, see if it works. I am 99% sure it will not. I don't see anyway you can actually quantify results or progress. Thats how strength is developed, through math, physics, and numbers... not feelings.
Personally, if I didn't lift hard on days I felt like shit, I wouldn't ever lift hard.
Also, you say you are going to plan certain skills to be maintained. If your skills are not improving, then you are getting worse. Maintaince is for shit that is broken already. While you maintain, all of the people who you compete against are going to be getting better and stronger than you.
I don't mean to come off as an asshole here but just really think about the concept as a whole and what the ultimate goal is... hopefully it's improving your competition lifts and being able to display that improvement in a competition. If this is the case, you need to figure out how to progress your training accrodingly to make it happen.