It's a pretty straight forward procedure. The bolts on the driver's side are quite a PITA but doable. I placed a piece of wood on a floor jack and positioned it under the oil pan. You can slowly apply pressure with the jack until you can just slide out the motor mount bolt and then remove the mount. Do one side at a time to keep everything aligned.
You'll be working in a confined area with your hands between the engine and the frame rail. Get a few scrap pieces of 2x4's or something and stuff them between the oil pan and the cross member after the engine is jacked up. This will save your hands in the event the jack slips or fails.