Don't feel bad, it took me a while too when I first got mine last fall. It takes some time putting it down and back up. Once you get the hang of it you should be able to do it in 5 minutes or so. ok so here we go:
First the have doors:
1. Toward the front, there should be one snap, unsnap it, and grab either end from the bottom, pull it out and down to unhook the plastic strip from the rail.
2. once that is done, simply lift it off the half doors pulling it out of the three holes.
Now for the top:
1. Unzip and remove the side windows.
2. Unzip the rear window and your choice either unzip the horizontal zipper on top to remove the window, or just roll it up and use the 2 straps to hang it up.
3. There are two bars on each side that pivot right where the middle of the side window is, pull out the set pin and pull the bars hooked together down to relieve pressure.
4. Unsnap the snaps running along the top of where the door is.
5. Remember how the doors had that slider/rail system? Here it is again, along the rear corners, pull out the sliders.
6. By this time, the top should be loose enough to pull out the slider along the top of the windsheild.
7. Unhook the drip guards where the snaps were on both sides and let them fall downward.
8. Take the 4 bars that are still holding them up and push them as need be to adjust it so the top will come down. (Its hard to explain this one, but common sense should guide you through this part)
9. Then simply tuck the top in the back or remove it completely and your ready for some fun in the sun.
This is all assuming you have Factory OEM hardware. By the way, I'd like to warn you as being new to the Jeep community, we don't really use the word "cute" to discribe our Jeeps. They are rugged and manly