I do sometimes carry a 1911 in condition 3, sometimes condition 2, and sometimes cocked and locked, but I have been doing it for 30yrs.
Thirty years or thirty minutes...it doesnt matter. Mixing up your carry methods like that is bad practice all around.
You have an extra and unnecessary question to think about during the moment of chaos that prompted you to draw it in the first place..."what condition did I leave my gun in today?"
You cant train for any of it well and none of it will become second nature.
Your liable to cycle out a good round you might need later.
Fooling around with it too much increases bullet setback and opportunities for a AD/ND.