if i can do it......
it's actually not hard at all.read the diy section above a couple of times before you start out.make sure you take off the m.cyl cap before you start and put a rag around the top to catch any fluid that spills out.since you're replacing everything , pry the pistons back while the old pads are still on, take out old pads and then move onto rotors and leave new pads 'til last.be careful with pad sensor wires-be firm but carefull.have you changed your fluid in the last 2-3 yrs?good luck!
actually, i just read the diy section myself and all i can say is follow it to the letter and you shouldn't have any problems
'95 s500 (bought for wife but can't bear to share!!!) 125kms
'92 legend 180kms
'88 tbirdturbo(fantastic car-only regular maint.)120kms
'87 mustang gt(gone)
'85 mustang gt(gone-but not forgotten)