OK, I finally got the little problem lined out... wasn't a problem at all just me being paranoid
Anyway, here is my basic tutorial for the switch in the memory slot on an S-type controller (also works on original with a little modification.
1. Open the controller up and take the memory slot off of the daughter board by just pulling it off and find the corner you wish to have the switch in and locate that corners prong:
2. Place the switch in place (ratshack submini pushbutton 275-1571) with the legs of the switch through the small opening in the bottom of the memory card slot:
3. (although this is a different corner now, you get the idea)... place a piece of heat shrink tubing just big enough to fit the prong and the switch inside over the prong, and after attaching the wires to the switch legs, slide it through the loop of heatshrink. Give the heatshrink some heat to pull it tight, barrel roll it and heat it again, pull as tight as you can with a pair of needle nose pliars to get the switch as tight to the wall as possible:
4. Pull the heatshrink as tight as possible and use a piece of electrical tape to fold any excess over and tape it down so it wont shift:
5. Attach each leg's wires to the daughterboard. One wire to the yellow wire coming from the xbox (the third from the bottom of the controller on an S-type)... and the other to the ground (the bottom one on the S-type):
6. ReAssemble the controller, make sure that the wires are out of the way, and that the switch is tight.
7. Open the xbox and decide which controller port you would like to modify to use as the remote port (be advised that this next step will inhibit the ability of the selected port to use certain things such as xbox steering wheels, etc.)... detach the yellow wire coming from the controller port of choice from the xbox motherboard connector (use a pin or small small screwdriver to disconnect it from the white connectore, or use scissors and just cut it.... extend the wire as needed to reach the right side of the front of the xbox, just to the left of the right controller ports:
(the upper most red wire in this picture is the wire extending the yellow wire from port 1)
8. Disconnect the right controller ports and pull them out for some soldering room. Attach the extended wire to the power button (its the second point up):
9. If needed, use an xacto knife to cut a little dip in the right controller dongle, so not to interfer with the soldered wire:
10. Be lazy and turn your xbox off/on from your couch!
BTW: yes my xbox is lime green (Mountain Dew Limited Edition)