So for a while now, Ive wanted a tremolo with a momentary switch, but couldnt really justify the expense of one that has latching/momentary functionality for what, in all honesty, is just a really cool noisemaker. So...Im modding an existing pedal to do it. Ive got an EQD Hummingbird on the way. My plan is to install a momentary switch between the latching switch and the bottom of the face (looks like it will fit, based on gut photos Ive seen). I think I can just put jumpers between the lugs on the momentary switch and the corresponding lugs on the latching switch. That way, when the momentary switch is depressed, it will activate the circuit by mimicking the latch position. And when I want to hit the latching switch (which will necessarily result in depressing the momentary switch), it will work as normal since in that case the momentary switch will be redundant. I fully realize this is silly and unnecessary, and will sort of be defacing an otherwise very pretty pedal. But is there any reason this wont work, or anything Ive overlooked?