Figured I'd share my thoughts on this as I just recently did this. The fronts are super easy. Just undo the two bolts that hold the caliper assembly to the hub. Slide the whole assembly off. The pads simply slip out and in. The hardest part might be compressing the piston to accept the thicker pads. Use a c-clamp for this, super easy. The rears are a little harder. The bolts are harder to get to, I had to undo my parking brake cable. No biggie though, just a c-clip, and it should pop right out. The pads slide in fairly easy, but the piston on the rears doesn't simply compress. You have to turn the piston at the same time as you push it in. DO NOT DO THIS WITH A C-CLAMP!! You can break the ratcheting mechanism inside. You have to use a special tool for this. That's about it. Pads aren't too hard, as long as you have the right tools (for depressing the pistons).