Thanks, it's really not that bad. Finished it up last night, all that was left was to hose clamp the fill and evap hoses and put the plastic cover back on, hook up the abs sensors, put the back brakes back together and put gas in the new tank! Pressurized the system afterwards, and no fuel leaks! yay! Having extra stands and taking your time as you raise it is the key. And don't drop it once you have the fuel lines attached to the fuel pump. If you do, you will almost certainly damage something, probably snap the fittings off of the fuel pump. Doing it a few times makes it easy, you learn new tricks along the way each time. If I were you I'd pick up wheel cylinders and a couple sections of pre flared line with fittings before you start. I usually pick up all the maybe stuff just in case, then return what I don't need when I'm done. I live a bit out of town so making a million trips to the parts store is annoying, especially if I'm working on my daily or in a hurry. I'm sure it'll go fine; good luck for when you do tackle it!