Sounds good. I'm sure that your machine will be able to boot the installer and run Mavericks just fine. You just need to spend a little time getting all your prep work setup. Best advice I can give you is less is more. Adding in too many extra kexts, edits and other mods will only make your life more difficult and makes troubleshooting a total nightmare. Using my DSDT is one of those bad ideas. It has tons of mods and changes I made to it, even the version you are using and many of those edits require additional kexts, patches and injectors to even work properly. Try loading a clean DSDT of your own (if you have one) or just let Chameleon load it up during boot and see what happens. Worst case scenario is you have to make some DSDT edits in order to boot but that will help you learn how everything works and how to fix it should it ever break.
One thing at a time until you get it. Good luck ;p
Got too excited and jumped the gun. Yes, at this point (after having done this once a while ago with the Zenbook UX21A--which was awesome except for 1080p resolution on a 11.6" display is hard--even though it was IPS), I should know better. I just know Clover better as I switched on the Zenbook early on, but that doesn't mean I should have taken shortcuts like using your DSDT.
I'm going to extract the clean DSDT using one of Rehabman's methods:
Probably using Linux as I already have Ubuntu and Gparted USB sticks. I start another post so I won't hi-jack this thread.