Tevo works quite well with the Kostya Kimlat's Under Cover Switch. http://store.dananddave.com/on-demand
In Ian Moran's Cullfather(out of stock at Penguin last I checked) he teaches the MC spread DL(MC= Michael Close. That is an excellent way to force a card from the center of the pack and when it comes out of the pack it is doubled with an X card. So it is kind of a forced center DL.
I know Tevo 2.0 is not what you want but I believe that structurally is is almost the same effect. Now if you want to essentially transpose the middle and the bottom card you would have to basically do two simultaneous changes. One of the bottom card and one of the card outjogged in the center. It is possible, and if you could do so(and make it look good) you would get major props in the card community. The way I envision it working is with a cardini change and a duck change. The Duck change(I think I got the right name?...I'll check and edit later) is a real knacky move but the action comes from the right hand and the right hand is in the same position needed to provide cover for the Cardini change so in theory you could do it.
Anyways, all of these moves are pretty advanced stuff. So basically, start by getting your "chops" back from your time away from magic, then start studying this advanced sleight of hand, study effects with similar structures to what you are after, then practice like mad to pull it off. Good luck and know this, even if you can never pull off the exact effect you are looking for, merely studying the material required to do something like that will expand your overall skills and your effect repertoire and make you a better card magician.