Well, answered my own question - not that hard at all. Remove the lower steering column cover and there it is on the L. 2 screws, one connector plus a piggyback connector, done! However, that didn't solve my problem. In fact here's how NOT to fix a hard starting problem:
How NOT to fix a hard starting problem:
1) First, develop a hard starting problem.
2) Next, decide it's the clutch safety switch, buy one at the dealership, and replace it yourself.
3) Then, after that doesn't fix the problem, buy a clutch safety bypass connector thru a forum, discover that the switch you replaced in 2) WASN'T the clutch safety switch, and install the connector to replace said switch.
4) Then, after 3) DOESN'T fix the problem, decide that it's the ignition switch, buy one online, and replace it yourself.
5) Then, after 4) DOESN'T fix the problem EITHER, decide that the repair is, in the words of our CIC, above your pay grade and plan to take it in.
Silver lining is a dealer or shop would have probably gone thru roughly the same sequence and charged me an arm and a leg for all of it whether it fixed the problem or not. Now I can go in and say "it's not this, this, or that" and possibly save some time and money.