After much more searching and reading I have made a decision. Screw UEFI and Secure Boot and possibly Microsoft too. I'm going back to Legacy Bios and I'm going to install Vector.
This is like, Sure Windows XP can do 64 bit (at the time) but nobody has 64 bit apps for it and the implementation is buggy. I'm sure some of you remember that. That's how I feel about UEFI. I'm not keen on Microsoft's stance where if you want to dual boot with Windows now, you have to BUY their signed secure boot key. I hear this cost 100 dollars. How about Vector charge 200,000 dollars to Microsoft for the ability of Windows users to dual boot with Vector in UEFI LOL. I'm sure if distros started doing that, MS would quickly see the error of their ways and give out free boot keys like hotcakes.
The Linux Foundation's solution of a prebootloader that gives the ability to the user authorize the install, would be best if they can ever get it working. There is source code on the site anyone can play with. I however am not a coder. This would keep OS makers from having to get a key from Microsoft. Of course this only applies if your trying to dual boot with Windows 8 in UEFI mode.
For a dual, triple or quad booter UEFI mode now makes no sense. I need Windows, Vector, an Ameiga OS and other non Linux OS's like Haiku. It's just not worth the fighting the UEFI to try to get all of these working. My best advice is build your rig yourself or use Legacy Bios mode.
Edit: After more research, I have to mention that the problem is two fold. First there is Distro compatibility with UEFI itself and second the problems you have if Secure Boot is enabled. I found out that even though Microsoft requires OEM's to ship new Windows 8 PC's with Secure Boot enabled, they do allow for the User to disable Secure Boot while still operating in UEFI Mode. That info is here: http://superuser.com/questions/525889/if-i-buy-a-computer-with-windows-8-and-secure-boot-will-i-still-be-able-to-inst
Seems this info is part of the Microsoft Hardware requirements for non ARM hardware. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/library/windows/hardware/jj128256
See sections 14,17 and 18.
My frustration is due to my HP computer not being able to turn off Secure Boot which would allow me to try to install a distro in UEFI mode. I have contacted HP for support on this. ( Hp is known for not allowing full access to bios functions and the service manual for my model doesn't even mention UEFI at all, it only mentions legacy bios functions.)