I'm considering a hair-brained scheme to lock my meta reputation at 4096 by turning all my existing and future posts into CW once I've achieved my goal.
But there are a few ways that my rep may still be affected. I know that not everything is completely documented in any one place (for instance, the rep you lose if your question is flagged offensive by too many users). Further I haven't participated as much over last summer and spring, and I believe the rep system has changed somewhat during that time.
For instance, do you still get rep if someone selects your answer, even if you've CW'd your answer (does it make a difference if the question is CW or not?)
If you CW an existing rep-earning answer, and a rep recalc is performed, does it take into account the date you CW'd your answer, or do you lose rep gained prior to CW?
There are probably many other ways to gain and lose rep even if everything is CW - what are some you can think of?