I decided to try to install jockey-gtk from the Ubuntu Maverick repository. I only needed to download jockey-gtk, jockey-common, and python-xkit. First I installed gdebi by typing "sudo apt-get install gdebi-core" into the terminal. Then I downloaded the needed packages python-xkit-> "http://packages.ubuntu.com/maverick/all/python-xkit/download" jockey-common -> "http://packages.ubuntu.com/maverick/all/jockey-common/download" and jockey-gtk -> "http://packages.ubuntu.com/maverick/all/jockey-gtk/download"
cd in to the /home/[your-home-directory]/Downloads directory and then type "sudo gdebi /home/[your-home-directory]/Downloads/python-xkit_0.4.2.2_all.deb", then "sudo gdebi /home/[your-home-directory]/Downloads/jockey-common_0.5.10-0ubuntu5_all.deb", and lastly "sudo gdebi /home/ddavid123/Downloads/jockey-gtk_0.5.10-0ubuntu5_all.deb". Then restart X and you "should" find an "Additional Drivers" listing in the mint menu! I decided to use the Maverick repos because I figured jockey would be much more stable. As far as I can tell, it is working flawlessly because I see no error output in the terminal and it detected the Virtualbox guest editions module. But to be honest, I expected much more trouble!
If the community at large thinks this is a good workaround, I may submit it as a tutorial in the community website. But if Clem or anyone in the mint team thinks this is a bad idea, then I will not.
You notice I am doing this in a Virtual Machine.
Microsoft Windows, as easy to break as it's name suggests!
Linux, as cool as cool can get!