I could have sworn I posted a reply to this yesterday asking the same question...
If you used the one piece master/hose/slave it's pre-filled with fluid and pre-bled, you just install, step on the clutch and top off the fluid.
This setup runs $130 or so if I recall.
I have an OEM replacement plastic reservoir master with a stainless braided hose from Advance Adapters and I bought one of their AX15/NV3550 external slaves. If you do end up needing a hose, I recommend the AA one it feels really good and consistent, the braided stainless cuts down on the spongy feel a bit. Same with brake hoses. -- The 42 or 48 or whatever inch hose they sell is barely long enough, it's what I used and I wish I either had a 180* brake line fitting on the end to sweep back into the clutch slave, or that I'd gotten their 60 inch hose kit and had a sweeping bend instead of having a taught hose.
Note, a 3-piece system is harder to bleed, especially when the slave doesn't have a bleeder port. You can either use a vacuum bleeder at the top to suck the air bubbles out or bench bleed it really friggin good before installing and don't shake it around/tilt it.
I have a 94 and have had to replace the master and the slave several times. Always just the individual parts. I've never had a problem bleeding it though. Just pump a whole lot and it gets good. I'm talking maybe 5-10 minutes of pumping max. Most of the air came out at the top most pedal travel if that makes sense...rattle it back and forth at the top of the pedal travel. You can see the air coming out into the res. Pour a little fluid in to keep it full and you should be good. The only couple of problems I can think of is the hose is leaking somewhere, or...once I didn't line up the push rod on the slave right and it wasn't touching the clutch fork or whatever at all so I had very little pressure.