Okay, well I had a burst of inspiration today with my factory service manuals and figured this one out on my own. Here'* what I did.
To do this, you need a relay powering the low beams, otherwise this will not work. Which, if you have HIDs you should anyway, there simply is no good reason not to, whether it works on stock wiring or not. If you have stock halogens, buying a low beam 9006 relay would help your output a lot and allow you to do this mod safely.
I bought a 99 cent diode from radioshack. Wired in a jumper wire with the diode attached from the high beam power wire (green on mine) to the input switch for the low beam relay. This way, the diode will not allow the low beam power to escape back to the high beams. As it turns out, the lower voltage power coming from the DRLs, perimeter lighting etc is NOT enough to trip the relay and activate the low beams, so everything performs to 100% factory spec, except now the lows stay on with the highs without a single flicker. In addition, with this method there should be no concern with overtaxing the electrical system, considering the low beams get all their power from the relay.
Perimeter lighting doing it'* job:
Low beams only (look blue cause they're warming up)
Lows and highs:
This would be a good how-to for someone trying to get dual high/low beams with their aftermarket HID system, or on stock halogens.