Actually, as stupid as I feel :
:: (<--swallowing pride) it turned out to be the switch. Just like some one said, I put the plug coming from the switch into the new motor and pressed the down button. The rm on the regulator went down. So what my dad did (he's a double E, i'm just a lowly programmer) is he reversed the polarity on themotor in my door using an old battery we had lying around to put it back up in the mean time. Then I put the switch in question onto a window that i knew to work and viola! suddenly that window started acting the same way. So...i cleaned the connections to the switch and now it works just fine. BUT
as it turns out, the child lock button or whatever it is that turns off the back window switches to keep kids from playing with it, appears to be stuck in the Lock position. I haven't done an exhustive search yet, but i haven't been able to find where i can get a new one online (i don't want to go to the Stealer).
Also, for the pop rivets, I will be needing to replace the FRONT regulator (i bought a rear one thinking that was the problem) because when i went in there to see why the front window was falling into the door, I found that the arm was bent (i think because my glass gets stuck pretty easy. I'll need to figure out why the glass gets stuck so hard on the way up. So...actually the pop rivets tip was helpful. Though, does the drill have to be of a certain voltage or anything like that? And I assume the bit should be a bit rated for metal or something like that? Thanks for the help so far guys, you're great.