If you go to the DYI section of these forums, you find a great one with photos. Some words to help you along since I just washed my hands from the job not 10 minutes ago:
1. Get a shorty (stubby) 16mm wrench for the top bolts. I ended up using a Craftsman 16mm ratchet wrench (at Sears for $23). Its the fine-ratcheting (I think its 72-ratchets in the internal sprocket) and this will help you since its a bear to get at the top bolts.
2. Definitely take out the three bolts holding the A/C compressor and move it forward. It uses an E-12 Torx Socket. (Not a T-10 Torx). Buy these tools at Autozone since Sears is so freakin' expensive. You'll also need the E10 to take out a small bracket holding a fluid line just below the A/C compressor. I took it off to make room to get my socket into the lower bolt of the compressor.
3. Get a good shop light or good flashlight. I also have a good Snap-On extension mirror to get down and see what I'm looking for.
4. I used a Sharpie Marker to mark the front of the old mounts so I knew which side was closest to the front of the car. Just made it easier to orient myself. I then made a mark on the new ones to allow me to put them in with the correct side facing front. Just added help.
5. I weigh 180lbs and I consider myself having thin hands. If you are a monster with fat hands, forget it. Its going to be a rough job.
6. Take a chill pill a half hour before you start. You'll get frustrated. Just calm down, walk away, and gather yourself. Then start again. You'll get through it.
7. WalMart has a great set of plastic (6,000lb capacity) ramps to drive up. Buy them for $35 and they're worth every cent. I also bought some small yellow plastic wheel chocks for the back wheels at WalMart for $3 each. You'll find those in the RV section.
8. Disconnect the battery. No questions.
9. Tell your children to keep away because daddy is going to say things that might scare them.
10. Good luck.