Most of it is pretty straight forward as far as getting the driveshaft out, the thirty something mm hub nut can be really tight, an impact air gun would be best to get that off, or failing the availability of one of those... a very VERY big strong bar.
Finding the correct angles to get the inner CV joint out of the gap is a real pest, it does go, but i found that unbolting the anti roll bar makes the whole process a lot easier.
This is where i got really flummoxed, getting the CV joint apart to remove the boots. WHERE IS THE FECKIN CIRCLIP????
You actually need to knock off the end cover of the inner CV joint to get the circlip, you know, the flat clean shiney bit that was sitting inside the cup on the output shaft. The circlip is in there somewhere.
It's pretty straight forward really.