PB blaster is your friend. Make sure you have several extensions of varying length and a few universal joints for the top starter bolt.
Get your flywheel resurfaced or buy new one...Make sure you clan with brake cleaner before and after install.
You can drain tranny first unless you want s mess our you have a tranny plug.
When you get to the top two tranny bolts, I'd unbolt the cross member and let the tranny drop it'll make those bolts a little easier to get at.
Take your time, label stuff as you remove our take pictures to help in remembering where things go. I used envelopes and just put bolts in and labeled them appropriately.
You'll definitely want at least one extra set of hands when dropping and reinstalling the tranny...two people makes it easier, the tranny is heavy and even with a tranny jack will be difficult to steady on your own.
Get your hands on a shop manual if you can, it provides step by step along with torque settings for all bolts.
That's all I can think of right now.
I just did this myself about 2 months ago. If it's your first time plan on at least a whole day...maybe 2 if you hit any snags.
**Edit**Oh and FRPP TOB is recommended. I used a Timken as it was highly recommended over at SVT
Performance at the time I bought it (over 2 years ago). I think Timken stopped making them or went to Chinese factories and quality has suffered...so stick with the FRPP.