Why bother with a particular set - which will exist - when you can specify exactly what you want for each string. It's what I did 50 odd years ago, needing as an example a much thinner 3rd string.
Answer, buy individual strings - only slightly more expensive but when I buy 6-10 'sets' at a time, the price becomes comparable - and I get exactly what I want for each string!
As far as sound is concerned, again, you need to experiment - 3rd string being the most variable, between wound and plain.
The neck shouldn't suffer (as in warp), due to an up to 20% change, but you'll probably have to re-set up the guitar - truss-rod, intonation, action, to suit yiur new strings. But give them all a week or so to settle in first.
As in the comment, I've been doing this for 50+ yrs, with no problems - and the guitars are all suited better (for me!) because of it. But be prepared for some experimentation and fettling!