I think experiments are cool, as long as you don't hurt yourself.
Might I suggest that you consider ramping up though, rather the leaping straing into it?
week 1: 12k LB, over 3 days
week 2: 20k LB, over 3 days
week 3: 28k LB, over 4
week 4: 35k LB, over 4
week 5: 40k LB, over 4
week 6: 10k LB, over 3
week 7: 45k LB, over 5
week 8: 50k LB, over 5
There's no rhyme or reason to the breakdown, but to me, if you're trying to get your body to go from not very much to very high volumes, doing it slowly is a good thing? You still risk allm the overtraining stuff, but you give yourself time to adapt to this at least.
Chad Waterbury's Perfect Ten program is structured towards high-frequency training; I assume you've read that six times also?
Other than that, listen to your body all the time - it will let you know when it's had anough shit and needs a break. Good luck whatever you do; p'raps you'll post an update on how it goes?