mainly fats is right; wojczik or igleheart will build you ultra sweet forks.. otoh you van always slap a 50$ tange provided it's A-C is around 400mm. the wicked, unlike the YO, was nothing special when it came to it's fork.. that's part of it's charm and why i love it: it's underpriced, simple while it's all around bike that can handle technical terrain like it's magical.
I'm pretty sure they would work. There definitely was a Bontrager that was suspension corrected - the RS - but I'm not sure there was a Switchblade. Still, I'd double check the axle to crown measurement before you buy.
As far as the bolt-on blade forks go though, Switchblades are close to the bottom of the pack in desirability, so don't overpay for it. Bontragers, Brodies and Syncros get full dollar, Switchblades - there's also a Yokota variant with hearts on the tubes - quite a bit less.
I'd hold out for a unicrown, personally. Quality ones are lighter, the "right" fork for that bike and offer a better ride IMHO.
Initially he said a month, but then got the flu and was knocked out for a bit. I think all told it was about 2.5~3 months delivered. I wasn't too worried about the time, since I was sourcing other parts. It rides great and was under $200 shipped even with an added option (rack mounts).
I was a fan of his from a couple former frames I had that he did (a Fisher Tam and a Brave). You should totally get a fork from the man himself!