I've got a switch on the top as well, but it is a on/off side to side switch. I don't think it would work too well with a remote controlled light set up, even though it would be badass.
LED's should work with the momentary switch, but that's more extra money to spend. I have a friend that can hook me up with some HID's for cheap. The problem with HID's (what I've heard) is that they take a bit to power up all the way, about 10 seconds. And one typically should not "flick" them on as it would eventually damage the ballasts.
As for the window release, I got a Gobi ladder in the back so that's a no go. And I already got the alternate train horn button to the other momentary switch.
Also what do you mean by wiring a toggle switch inline, what application would that be used for?
BTW, that's a cool looking control stick. Man if I had 4 buttons + the trigger I would have no idea what to wire them too
I would end up with a lot of novelty stuff.. but then again that's what i have now. The bottom looks so complex, you have a schematic of what goes with what? I ended up tearing mines apart and rewiring each individual switch.
Oh and no worries about thread humping, its all good
So from the last time I got everything wired up, there was a problem with running the wires through the shifter box. The wires eventually wore through and every time I shifted into reverse, my train horns would sound... I know, not good when I was leaving to go to my morning class. I pulled the fuse and later on rewired it again to come out the side and into the hole that I originally drilled into. Not as sleek looking, but no chance of scaring the crap out of me when I am half awake and leaving for school.