You never had to loosen the 5 bolts that hold the steering pump in place ?
Other than a half dozen bolts to adjust a single belt , I'd say it was a pretty simple job , too .
The easiest was on a Dodge Dakota . No bolts . 'Simply' spring the tensioner .
When I changed the water pump on my 96 the other day I had to loosen the steering pump bolts to get the water pump out from underneath it.
For adjusting the belt tension, I loosened the single bolt in the center of the pulley so it could move in it's track and then just loosened the adjustment bolt.
Fortunately when loosening it I counted the how many rotations I made to the adjustment bolt and then tightened it back the same amount when putting things back together. Since I re-used the same serpentine belt I took off, it should be pretty close.
I do prefer spring tensioners though.