I just finished road testing my car after bypassing the N249, in a much more direct and "clean" method than some of the ones I've seen suggested. It works great, partial throttle is MUCH smoother and predictable - no jerky boost.
All I did was this:
1. Trace the path of the top (actuator) hose from the DV. It goes to a metal tube that runs along the block, then to another rubber hose, then underneath the intake manifold to the N249.
2. Remove the hose that connects the tube to the N249, at the side closer to the N249. There is a reusable clamp, just pinch it with pliers and pull the tube off.
3. Cap the tube to the N249 with a rubber hose cap (available at Auotzone, etc.) and clamp it on there with a hose clamp.
4. Tapinto the FPR vacuum/boost line, which is RIGHT NEXT to the hose you just disconnected. It's the thinner braided hose that goes to the FPR.
5. Using a 3/16" x 3/16" x 3/16" T fitting, connect the newly disconnected N249 hose to the T.
Voila. Instant, clean bypass. Works like a charm, looks stock.