Ya, make sure you have the inverted torx bit before you start...
__________________ 1997 TJ SE - Emeral Green Pearl
2.5L : AX-5 : NP231, D30HP : D44 : 4:88 : Front Aussie
2.5" OME lift, OME LT shocks, 2" BL, Currie Control Arms, Currie HD Steering, Currie Trackbars, Warn M8000
Custom Front and Rear Bumpers, Custom Rock Sliders, OBA
33" x 12.5" x 15" Goodyear MTRs, Black Steelies
Not sure about the 6 cyl as I have not had to do that yet but on last YJ with 4 cyl, 5 speed it was very easy. Two of the reverse torx bolts that go straight up (after disconnecting the battery cables). Once you pull the bolts the starter may seem stuck or seem like you are missing a bolt. Just give it a wiggle and it come right out. If there is a shim, try to note the position of it and install it back with the new starter (if the new starter did not come with a new one). That's about it. Took me about 15 minutes to do the last one.