Try switching the polarity of 3.3v and GND:
Ok... I LIED... I wasn't hooking the blue cable up to a 3.42V source. I was hooking it up to a 3.3V source.
While I was waiting for replies, I went ahead and cut my board.
I was going to wait until I installed my wiikey fusion and made the board look all pretty... but look how pretty... :-)
Anyways, to fix the controller problem, I used the 3.42V pin shown in the image above, not the 3.3V pin stated in the trimming guide I posted earlier. Maybe 3.3V just wasn't enough to power the controller?
Does anyone see a long-term problem associated with using this 3.42V pin to power the controller?
Also, in the picture, you can plainly see that I'm using pin 4 for the composite video, not pin 8. I still don't know why this is different.
Also, after trimming the board, the big points for the audio stopped working. Therefore, I resorted to using pin 16 (the top pin) for audio, and it works :-)
Finally, after I get the wiikey soldered in and I make everything look all pretty, I'll start a worklog.