I'm pretty good at soldering usually... However on something this small.... I must warn you that this will look ugly. These connections are so small that I could not tell if it was soldered well without putting my digital camera into close-up mode and taking a very steady picture.
Here's how to attach this header:
1. tin all leads with a clean iron
2. make all leads nice and rounded with the clean soldering iron
3. place the header on top of the proper solder pads
4. using a pair of tweezers, hold it in place while you solder a corner pad
5. use the pair of tweezers to hold it in place while you solder the other corner pad
6. drag the soldering iron across the surface and reflow the solder so that the connector mates properly while giving a bit of downward force.
Here's the part number:
Here's the finished product.
Now, the cool thing is that once you've got the thing in place, you can use a very tiny sewing needle (not the standard size, very very small) and soldering iron to heat up a pin and then push it over slightly so it lines up properly.
Another benefeit of using this method is that if you damage pin 2, which apparently many people do when trying to solder it... You can scrape off a bit of the covered area of pin 2, tin it, and use one of these pin headers to