They are really quite easy to do. If the mounts are staying in, just remove the nut from the shaft on top, after pulling back the trunk lining and popping off the rubber cover. Remove the air line, and the two bolts on the bottom, compress the shock and pull it out. That'* all there is to it. If you're replacing the mount, remove the two nuts holding the mount on the top of the wheel well. The spring isn't as much of an issue on the 2000+, but for safety'* sake, and to make putting the new one in easier to put back in, place a jack under the control arm.
Black 2000 SSEi, Silverstar Headlights, Angel Eyes fogs, 3rd brake light overlay, hi-flo cat, drilled 180 degree thermostat, Intense FWI, PCM, shift kit, and 3.4 Pulley. Solid front mount.