Restore Database to non-ASM Storage - Issue with Bigfile Tablespace

I have been testing a restore of my prod database that uses ASM (and oracle managed files) for storage to a different server and non-ASM storage. Oracle version is 10g EE. My database has one bigfile tablespace and it's datafile is about 250GB. The restore fails and it has something to do with the bigfile tablespace.
Here is the rman restore script:
run
set newname for datafile 1 to '/ora01/db/ehr/system01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 2 to '/ora01/db/ehr/undotbs01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 3 to '/ora01/db/ehr/sysaux01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 4 to '/ora01/db/ehr/undotbs02.dbf';
set newname for datafile 5 to '/ora01/db/ehr/users01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 6 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apolloaud01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 7 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apollohist01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 8 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apolloidx01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 9 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apollotab01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 10 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apollotab02.dbf';
set newname for datafile 11 to '/ora02/db/ehr/apollolob01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 12 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apollofdb01.dbf';
set newname for datafile 13 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apolloidx02.dbf';
set newname for datafile 14 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apolloidx03.dbf';
set newname for datafile 15 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apolloaud02.dbf';
set newname for datafile 16 to '/ora01/db/ehr/apollotab03.dbf';
set until sequence 60298 thread 2;
restore database;
switch datafile all;
recover database;
Datafile 11 is the datafile in the bigfile tablespace. Here are the weird things about the restore:
1. The restore output shows this:
creating datafile fno=11 name=/ora02/db/ehr/apollolob01.dbf
channel ORA_DISK_1: starting datafile backupset restore
channel ORA_DISK_1: specifying datafile(s) to restore from backup set
restoring datafile 00001 to /ora01/db/ehr/system01.dbf
restoring datafile 00002 to /ora01/db/ehr/undotbs01.dbf
restoring datafile 00003 to /ora01/db/ehr/sysaux01.dbf
restoring datafile 00004 to /ora01/db/ehr/undotbs02.dbf
restoring datafile 00005 to /ora01/db/ehr/users01.dbf
restoring datafile 00006 to /ora01/db/ehr/apolloaud01.dbf
restoring datafile 00007 to /ora01/db/ehr/apollohist01.dbf
restoring datafile 00008 to /ora01/db/ehr/apolloidx01.dbf
restoring datafile 00009 to /ora01/db/ehr/apollotab01.dbf
restoring datafile 00010 to /ora01/db/ehr/apollotab02.dbf
restoring datafile 00012 to /ora01/db/ehr/apollofdb01.dbf
restoring datafile 00013 to /ora01/db/ehr/apolloidx02.dbf
restoring datafile 00014 to /ora01/db/ehr/apolloidx03.dbf
restoring datafile 00015 to /ora01/db/ehr/apolloaud02.dbf
restoring datafile 00016 to /ora01/db/ehr/apollotab03.dbf
Why at the beginning is it "creating" datafile 11? Then it doesnt even say it is "restoring" that datafile. Only restoring datafiles 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12,13,14,15, and 16.
When it creates datafile 11 it is only 26GB, that is much smaller than it should be according to v$datafile view on source prod database. Also even though it says it is creating datafile 11 as /ora02/db/ehr/apollolob01.dbf it actually creates it as an oracle managed file at /ora02/db/ehr/EHR/datafile/o1_mf_apollolo_6crxyqs2_.dbf
After the datafiles are restored the "switch datafile all" command fails:
RMAN-00571: ===========================================================
RMAN-00569: =============== ERROR MESSAGE STACK FOLLOWS ===============
RMAN-00571: ===========================================================
RMAN-03002: failure of switch command at 10/18/2010 13:58:37
ORA-19625: error identifying file /ora02/db/ehr/apollolob01.dbf
ORA-27037: unable to obtain file status
Linux-x86_64 Error: 2: No such file or directory
Additional information: 3
So my question is how do I get this database restored to non-ASM (and non omf)?

So I tried using a different scn with my "set until scn #####" then the restore created 2 datafiles. The datafile for apollolob and apollotab02.dbf. So I think I have narrowed the problem to be that I am not using the correct scn number so RMAN can successfully restore those datafiles and recreates them instead. How do I find the correct scn to use to do a successful restore of the entire database? I have seen different methods on the web, but cant figure it out. Ive used "select archivelog_change#-1 from v$database;" and I also did "list backup of archivelog all" and used the latest sequence number. How can I find the correct scn to use so the entire database will restore?
Here is the output of "list backup":
List of Backup Sets
===================
BS Key Size Device Type Elapsed Time Completion Time
19724 41.12M DISK 00:00:10 14-OCT-10
BP Key: 65840 Status: AVAILABLE Compressed: YES Tag: TAG20101014T210022
Piece Name: /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113195_piece1_copy1_20101014
List of Archived Logs in backup set 19724
Thrd Seq Low SCN Low Time Next SCN Next Time
1 50439 3230234843 14-OCT-10 3230268282 14-OCT-10
1 50440 3230268282 14-OCT-10 3230286806 14-OCT-10
2 60280 3230234852 14-OCT-10 3230251419 14-OCT-10
2 60281 3230251419 14-OCT-10 3230268263 14-OCT-10
2 60282 3230268263 14-OCT-10 3230286809 14-OCT-10
BS Key Type LV Size Device Type Elapsed Time Completion Time
19725 Full 126.40G DISK 09:11:51 15-OCT-10
List of Datafiles in backup set 19725
File LV Type Ckp SCN Ckp Time Name
1 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/system.625.609259453
2 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/undotbs1.620.609259461
3 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/sysaux.768.609259463
4 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/undotbs2.632.609259467
5 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/users.257.609259471
6 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apolloaud.316.619537285
7 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apollohist.629.619538155
8 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apolloidx.312.619538169
9 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apollotab.276.619538487
10 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apollotab.576.619539331
11 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apollolob.570.619539593
12 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apollofdb.750.645974339
13 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apolloidx.429.651171265
14 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apolloidx.705.688680793
15 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apolloaud.747.699632315
16 Full 3230287009 14-OCT-10 +DATA/ehr/datafile/apollotab.330.715622123
Backup Set Copy #1 of backup set 19725
Device Type Elapsed Time Completion Time Compressed Tag
DISK 09:11:51 20-OCT-10 YES TAG20101014T210039
List of Backup Pieces for backup set 19725 Copy #1
BP Key Pc# Status Piece Name
65851 1 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece1_copy1_20101014
65862 2 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece2_copy1_20101014
65873 3 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece3_copy1_20101014
65884 4 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece4_copy1_20101014
65895 5 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece5_copy1_20101014
65901 6 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece6_copy1_20101014
65902 7 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece7_copy1_20101014
65903 8 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece8_copy1_20101014
65904 9 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece9_copy1_20101014
65841 10 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece10_copy1_20101014
65842 11 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece11_copy1_20101014
65843 12 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece12_copy1_20101014
65844 13 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece13_copy1_20101014
65845 14 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece14_copy1_20101014
65846 15 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece15_copy1_20101014
65847 16 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece16_copy1_20101014
65848 17 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece17_copy1_20101014
65849 18 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece18_copy1_20101014
65850 19 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece19_copy1_20101014
65852 20 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece20_copy1_20101014
65853 21 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece21_copy1_20101014
65854 22 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece22_copy1_20101015
65855 23 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece23_copy1_20101015
65856 24 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece24_copy1_20101015
65857 25 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece25_copy1_20101015
65858 26 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece26_copy1_20101015
65859 27 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece27_copy1_20101015
65860 28 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece28_copy1_20101015
65861 29 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece29_copy1_20101015
65863 30 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece30_copy1_20101015
65864 31 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece31_copy1_20101015
65865 32 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece32_copy1_20101015
65866 33 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece33_copy1_20101015
65867 34 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece34_copy1_20101015
65868 35 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece35_copy1_20101015
65869 36 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece36_copy1_20101015
65870 37 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece37_copy1_20101015
65871 38 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece38_copy1_20101015
65872 39 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece39_copy1_20101015
65874 40 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece40_copy1_20101015
65875 41 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece41_copy1_20101015
65876 42 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece42_copy1_20101015
65877 43 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece43_copy1_20101015
65878 44 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece44_copy1_20101015
65879 45 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece45_copy1_20101015
65880 46 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece46_copy1_20101015
65881 47 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece47_copy1_20101015
65882 48 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece48_copy1_20101015
65883 49 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece49_copy1_20101015
65885 50 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece50_copy1_20101015
65886 51 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece51_copy1_20101015
65887 52 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece52_copy1_20101015
65888 53 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece53_copy1_20101015
65889 54 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece54_copy1_20101015
65890 55 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece55_copy1_20101015
65891 56 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece56_copy1_20101015
65892 57 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece57_copy1_20101015
65893 58 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece58_copy1_20101015
65894 59 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece59_copy1_20101015
65896 60 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece60_copy1_20101015
65897 61 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece61_copy1_20101015
65898 62 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece62_copy1_20101015
65899 63 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece63_copy1_20101015
65900 64 AVAILABLE /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113196_piece64_copy1_20101015
BS Key Size Device Type Elapsed Time Completion Time
19726 228.10M DISK 00:00:49 15-OCT-10
BP Key: 65905 Status: AVAILABLE Compressed: YES Tag: TAG20101015T061242
Piece Name: /mnt/migrate/rman/EHR_dbid3632734257_set113197_piece1_copy1_20101015
List of Archived Logs in backup set 19726
Thrd Seq Low SCN Low Time Next SCN Next Time
1 50441 3230286806 14-OCT-10 3230331993 14-OCT-10
1 50442 3230331993 14-OCT-10 3230401945 14-OCT-10
1 50443 3230401945 14-OCT-10 3230469794 15-OCT-10
1 50444 3230469794 15-OCT-10 3230555010 15-OCT-10
1 50445 3230555010 15-OCT-10 3230618396 15-OCT-10
1 50446 3230618396 15-OCT-10 3230695020 15-OCT-10
2 60283 3230286809 14-OCT-10 3230304858 14-OCT-10
2 60284 3230304858 14-OCT-10 3230330891 14-OCT-10
2 60285 3230330891 14-OCT-10 3230354275 14-OCT-10
2 60286 3230354275 14-OCT-10 3230366292 14-OCT-10
2 60287 3230366292 14-OCT-10 3230399805 14-OCT-10
2 60288 3230399805 14-OCT-10 3230423577 14-OCT-10
2 60289 3230423577 14-OCT-10 3230446176 15-OCT-10
2 60290 3230446176 15-OCT-10 3230469756 15-OCT-10
2 60291 3230469756 15-OCT-10 3230496786 15-OCT-10
2 60292 3230496786 15-OCT-10 3230524710 15-OCT-10
2 60293 3230524710 15-OCT-10 3230554981 15-OCT-10
2 60294 3230554981 15-OCT-10 3230583802 15-OCT-10
2 60295 3230583802 15-OCT-10 3230610465 15-OCT-10
2 60296 3230610465 15-OCT-10 3230617887 15-OCT-10
2 60297 3230617887 15-OCT-10 3230673207 15-OCT-10
2 60298 3230673207 15-OCT-10 3230695022 15-OCT-10

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