Override Field Value in Drupal Views Attachment using hook_views_pre_render()

Overriding views data can typically be accomplished using the commonly used hook_preprocess_views_view(&$vars) hook. However, I ran into a situation where I was unable to override field data using the preprocess hook. While building a view to show a list of products within certain categories, I added an attachment view which rendered the taxonomy name and description. The client wanted to taxonomy name on one page to be different than the actual taxonomy name. First, I tried this
<?php
function MYTHEME_preprocess_views_view(&$vars) {
  if($vars['view']->name == 'product_category_description') {
    if($vars['view']->current_display == 'attachment_1'){
      if($vars['view']->result[0]->taxonomy_term_data_name == 'TEXT WHICH NEEDS CHANGED') {
	    $vars['view']->result[0]->taxonomy_term_data_name = 'THE DESIRED TEXT';
      }			
    }
  }
}
So... after a minute of wondering why my override wasn't taking effect, I realized that I needed to get into the view earlier, before the preprocess work was occuring. You can do this with hook__views_pre_render(&$view). Notice that you are working directly with the $view variable, rather than the full 'vars' array as you do in the preprocess funtion ($vars['view']).
function MYTHEME_views_pre_render(&$view) {
  switch ($view->name) {
    case 'product_category_description':
      if($view->current_display == 'attachment_1'){			
	    if($view->result[0]->taxonomy_term_data_name == 'TEXT WHICH NEEDS CHANGED') {
		  $view->result[0]->taxonomy_term_data_name = 'THE DESIRED TEXT';
		}
	  }	
    break;
 
    default:
    break;
  }
}