Neat idea Hoppy.
I fear that the drivers might respond oddly to that. I don't understand the detailed inner workings of the drivers, but I'm not sure what they'd do if something was damping the current.
If this setup has any effect at all on voltage, the driver may struggle to put out the correct voltage to the LEDs since most of them automatically self adjust to the voltage load.
But if this works, it would be very, very cool.
As a side note, if they are using a dimmable driver that uses a 0-10v reference voltage, it might be possible to apply this same principle to the dimmer circuit. This would be perfectly safe for the driver and LEDs.
The setup would have to damp the voltage (if such a thing is possible) since the dimmers are voltage oriented and don't care about the actual current.