UPDATE: I was wrong all along, it was not my fuel injectors causing my non start issues on occasion.
I have good news to report, I got the car running nicely, and figured out what the problem actually was, and it is funny because you'd think it would be such an insignificant part of one of the sensors, but I found out just how important it is.
What I am saying is it was not my fuel injectors, granted I may have had one or two clogged up a tad, I'm sure it wasn't them.
I present to you what stopped my car from running in the first place, it is in the attachment.
The damn MAF Sensor tip was not staying attached to the MAF, I figured this out because I started it and it ran ok till I snapped the throttle a few times, then it was back to doing exactly what it was before, dying.
Something told me to check the MAF, and so I removed it to find that the little black tip was spinning and blocking of most of the airflow, so I think it was detecting too little air, and so the PCM was killing it I think.
I noticed the two little plastic dots that hold it to the MAF were not really there anymore, so that was letting that tip rotate freely.
I took that tip out all-together, and as soon as I did it ran beautifully.
I'll get a new MAF ASAP, as I am sure that tip helps direct the air over the thermistors properly...
I just have one issue, my dash gauge now shows the cars temps as being as high as the gauge can go , and I mean it is all the way on the other side, not in the middle near 190-210 like it used to be, but the actron scan tool reports the temps correctly, I'd like to figure this out because I'll have no early warning that it is trying to overheat...
I think I may have put a little too much stress on the coolant sensor wires when I was hooking up the PCV lines to the TB, I'll double check them when it cools down.
I did manage to get my car running again, thank you all for your help!
I have a little noise coming from my belt tensioner pulley I think, I'll eventually start a new thread for that though.