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Well, that's essentially what xwmconfig does, except that it copies xinitrc.xfce to .xinitrc if you select that and, rather than editing .xinitrc it just substitutes another script if you select another. I don't see a problem with it, though xwmconfig is there to use if you want it. (I think it's there to use. I guess it might depend on your distro. It seems Patrick Volkerding wrote it himself, so it might be Slack-specific?)
-- Oh yeah - but I think if you try to run KDE, say, from an XFCE script, your KDE's going to be screwed up because it uses a very different xinit script than XFCE.