#2
The changing tension could lead to cracking in the neck and fretboard over time, but it probably more the strings that will suffer from repeated tunings.
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#3
Tweak your truss rod if you notice concavity/convexity. That's what it's there for. But read up on how to do it first. Your neck should be fine though.
#4
Ive been doing it for years. I use the same tunings as you but I gig with 2 guitars. I usually leave the Drop C stuff on one and standard, drop d and Eb on another. Never had an issue. Just get your guitar maintained here and there the pros will let you know especially if you use the same guy consistently.
#5
Your guitar isnt made of butter. It will be fine.
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#6
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The changing tension could lead to cracking in the neck and fretboard over time, but it probably more the strings that will suffer from repeated tunings.

This is what i was worried about. I'm fine with changing strings more often, I just don't want my neck to get cracked, or possibly worse.
#7
They're built for this sort of thing. See Gibson Robot Guitar.
#8
I've been going between standard and as far as two steps down; sometimes multiple times in the same day, for 4 years on the same guitar, and she's just fine. =]