Toshiro's diagram looks like one for a 24 pole switch - DiMarzio [and Ibanez in the Double Edge guitars] have switches like that, and Stew Mac sells a plastic Yamaha 24 pole switch that works the same way.
the "Megaswitches" are made by Schaller and have only 8 poles, but internal connections to give specific coil cut combinations. check out the Stew Mac catalog for mroe info, but the "E" model is stock Strat switching with bridge coil cut + neck coil cut in position 3 [sounds like what you want], and the "P" model gives the same combinations from 2 humbuckers as the rotary switch on PRS guitars.
you can make a 24 pole switch do any of these combinations and much more, but you have to use wire jumpers to connect different switch poles, like they show in Toshiro's diagram, since there are no "default" or "preset" internal connections in the switch to do that.
the problem with the Saber guitars is that the control cavity is very shallow depth, and the plastic "bump" or "blister" thing that the switch is bolted to means you can't install a very wide 5 way switch because it won't fit through the hole in the guitar body. i got a megaswitch into one of my 540S7s, but i had to bend the wiring lugs on the switch down because the switch was just barely too deep, and i had to fiddle with it to cram it in the narrow slot in the guitar. the DiMarzio 24 pole is even wider, i don't think there is any way it would fit.
and like Toshiro says, after all that you still have to have the pickup magents with the right opposing polarities, and the humbuckers with the right opposing winding directions. it can be confusing.
it does sound great - i have the bridge coil cut + neck coil cut in position 3 wired in all my guitars, for that pseudo-Tele sound. if you decide to cram a Megaswitch into your Saber, you can e-mail me and i can try and describe more what i did.