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Colored lights would be awesome in a pool! You won't get them to run on low voltage, as the power supply section is epoxy-potted. Also, 2.4GHz frequency used for wifi is the same frequency used by your microwave oven to heat water - the signal would certainly not work under water!
There's really no space in the base for additional stuff. The line-voltage electronics are epoxy potted, and the rest of the thing is all heatsink and vents.
That switch is on the older model bulb. It's used to reset the configuration if I recall correctly. Turn off, flip switch, turn on, it resets. Something like that!
Not a U.fl connector, but very similar, with a socket instead of a pin. It's a switched RF test point used during manufacture, like this: http://www.mouser.com/new/murata/muratas... - Basically, you plug in and it disconnects whatever is downstream; in this case, the PCB antenna. So you could certainly use it for your own antenna, but I'm not sure if anyone makes cable connectors per se; it may only be test probes for use in a manufacturing test jig. Can always rip it off and slap on a u.fl instead =)