I did mine 2 weekends ago. Was relatively simple, just allow for time and don't hurry. I watched the youtube videos several times, and made myself a checklist for the steps from the videos, which I attached as a pdf.
Mine is a Job 1 F350, and there were a few differences then what I saw in the video. Not sure if its because of the F350, or the Job 1 or just the way the videos were made.
My side air deflectors were attached to the upper support with push pins, Had to remove them before the upper support came out. Different than video.
I couldn't get to the drivers side Trans cooler bolts, the oil cooler attached to the CAC was blocking, no matter how much I moved it around. 1 bolt removes the oil cooler from the CAC.
I bought a Ryobi cordless impact (the small one) to use. I have air, but I also have other Ryobi tools, so I justified the money I was saving on the repair, allows me to buy a tool or two. I also already have a coolant vacuum lift I bought for another car, so I used that.
I only drained the radiator, not the block. The coolant was only a few months old (from my timing cover replacement), and I had already been upgraded to the new degas tank. Oddly enough, It still had the single o-ring hoses, which I re-used. New Orings came in the box with the Vista-Pro radiator.
I topped of with new 50/50 Ford Gold.
The radiator in my truck had a tag on top with a date of Feb/2011. I bought it in June of '11, so its been done before.
I stopped going to my dealer, because every time I take it, within a week or two, it has a new issue. I totally believe that they stuck a leaking radiator out of another truck in mine when it was in for the timing cover......
I took a few pics, and was going to do a write up,but never got around to it.
I thought the videos did an excellant job of prepping me for the job....
For those that haven't seen them:
Hope this helps out, and hope yours goes as easy as mine went..