I actually thought it was quite easy,(sorry I didn't take any pictures...)
1) remove plastic shield under the front of the engine.
2) drain the coolant..
3) loosen the tranny fluid hoses from the radiator and lay them in a tin can to drain..
4) un-clip the condensor fan motor plug (the one on the passenger side close the the aircleaner not the one close to the battery)
5) loosen the four bolts on the bottom of the two fan shrouds.
6) loosen the hose clamp on the lower radiator hose and remove the hose from the radiator.
7) come up the top and breath.....
8) remove the upper air cleaner housing, intake tube assy.
9) remove the upper and lower radiator hoses
10) remove the battery and battery tray (metal plate with four bolts, two of which are rusted solid and the other two are missing
11) remove the four bolts from the top of the two fan shrouds
12) relocate the relay box out of the way
13) un-clip the remaining connector to the fan motor (that's relally fun since it takes two hands to do but you can only get one down there...)
14) very carefully pull the fan shroud closest to the battery out, working it around the radiator fill tube and being extremely careful not to damage the fins of the radiator...(What am I saying? the radiator's crap or we wouldn't be replacing it, rip the sob out there with complete disregard!!!!
15) now that the hard parts over, stop have a beer and a smoke...
16) Back to work!!! remove the other fan shroud
17) remove the two bolts holding the radiator tabs to the radiator brace (the metal part that goes cross the front of the car right above the A/C condensor)
18) opull the radiator straight up being careful of the accelerator cable damaging the radiator (no, we've already been there, rip it out!!!)
19) reverse to install (except ignore the parts about just ripping the sob out!!)