I thought I'd give you an update as to what happend with the pups.
For starters, this was the first set of pick ups I've wired into a guitar. It worked out well, a bit scary becuase I am a poor ass bastard and I couldn't afford to f' up my guitar, or the pups for that matter, and I couldn't afford (or trust) a tech to install them; however in the end, I couldn't be more happy with the way it turned out.
I purchased the PAF Joe and Evo (bridge) but it turns out that the Blue velvet was on backorder until mid february, and I couldn't wait that long, so I purchased an HS-2.
First off, for those that are unfamiliar with installing H-S-H set up that want hum cancelling capabilities, make sure you order whatever singles you want in reverse polarity. I'm glad I didn't order the Blue velvets, as I would have needed to order them in reverse polarity. The HS-2 already comes in reverse polarity (if you go to the Dimarzio website and look under the single coil tab they should have a column devoted to hum cancelling, those that are not in that column (to my understanding) need to be ordered in reverse polarity if you want them to be hum cancelling; But if you're unsure, talk to Steve Blucher at Dimarzio, he is the freakin' man.
The tone pot also needed to be replaced, and in searching through the forums (thanks to all the member here at the jemsite), I decided to install a pull/push pot.
In order to access the tones that I wanted (the different pup configurations) I needed to get a 5 way coil switch with 24 pins (all parts).
I have it set up just like a jem but when the pot is pulled, the neck humbuckers are always on. This limits the tonal possibilities but I was more interested in getting both humbuckers on rather than splitting them up. I sat down and drew out all of the different combinations, but this is the one I liked the best.
So I am happy, and if you're concerned about f'ing up your guitar, don't be, unless you have no mechanical skills whatsoever, then take it to a tech, if not take the leap of faith on your abilities. I have a diagram of what I did, if anyone else needs it just request it here.