This took me about an hour from start to finish - taking my time to mark all the screws etc. but it may take longer if you don't have the correct tools. I agree that there should be a photo of separating the front glass digitizer from the front bezel as the true last step - it can be tricky, and the replacements I have seen don't include the front bezel. I used a razor/hobby knife to slowly peel and separate the digitizer working slowly and carefully from the inside bottom (around and behind the power button cutout) - some goo-gone or lighter fluid will be necessary to clean any old adhesive residue from the bezel as well. The front bezel has a rubberized gasket that should not be remover, so take care to see that you are not peeling that off. My last suggestion is to wear latex or nitrile gloves to prevent getting smudges on the LCD or digitizer during replacement; put them on for step 18, and until you have the frame back in place - care to keep dust out from in between during reassembly is a must!