in short, i'd say no. not a good plan. all that messing with them is going to set them back hard.
1. fine. if you want to try to get them to draw a new deep, you can try that. i don't know how long your season is, but if you feed...
2. stop doing that!! and why would you turn the frames upside down?
3. if you are going to go foundationless, which i think is a fine idea, you need to stay on top of things until they get a few frames going well. when you have 7 wonky frames, the solution is to cut the comb out and rubber band it back into the frames as you would a cut out. the bees will repair it and they don't lose all that work they have already done.
two most frequent mistakes with foundationless 1. frames not pushed together. 2. beekeeper fails to catch mistakes early.
for new beekeepers i usually tell them to put a sheet of foundation in the first box to get things started right. even that will not work if you don't pay attention to your frames spacing.
and it's not always the beekeepers mistake if the bees go off course. some just do that. it is the beekeepers mistake if he doesn't catch it and correct it.