It's up to you.
It doesn't require anything special, but it's a h$%# of a lot of work.
First, disconnect the battery cable.
Drain the fuel tank. (Yes, that's what I said.)
If you have a lift, ignore the points about jacking it up...
Jack the car up and support it firmly from the rear. (Yes, the rear...)
Unbolt the resonator from the exhaust pipe and muffler.
I find it easier to just remove the fricken' thing entirely, but it can be left in place.
Mark the driveshaft to differential connection with paint so that you can replace it the way it came off. Chiseling marks 'could' lead to fatigue/breakage.
Use a 12 point socket to remove the bolts from the driveshaft flange. I think they are 9/16, but I don't recall for certain. You will have to rotate the driveshaft with the transmission in neutral, parking brake disengaged, and the rear wheels off the ground to get all of them. This is ONE reason you lift the rear end first.
Remove the bolt holding the fuel filler tube to the body on the passenger side.
Remove the bolts from the drivers side fuel tank support. Front and rear.
Place a jack under the fuel tank. Use a large 2x12 or similar on the jack pad to prevent damage to the tank when lifting/dropping it.
Support the tank with the jack and remove the passenger side tank strap retaining bolts. Lower the tank (~8") enough to drop the disconnected driveshaft from the differential and slide it back until it disengages from the transmission. Remove it from under the car and store it away safely. (Shiny parts will rust - this is bad.)
Carefully jack the tank back into position and replace the bolts, not tight, but enough that the threads don't rip out. You'll have to repeat this procedure to replace the driveshaft later.
Let the rear of the car down, and jack up the front. It MUST be at least 18" from the bottom of the lowest part (crossmember or oil pan) to the ground. This is so you can get the transmission out from under the car!
Support it VERY FIRMLY on stands, and possibly on ramps as well (In case one of those Chinese stands gives way...)
Remove the header pipes and cat. converters. Store safely away. Be careful not to contaminate the O2 sensors with silicon, coolant, etc.
Remove the starter bolts and remove starter wiring. Store starter away.
(Wouldn't hurt to re-brush the motor while it's out - it's pathetically undersized.)
Remove cover plate from torque converter drain and rotate engine till you see the drain plug - remove it and drain the converter. While it's draining...
Unplug the transmission wiring to body harness. Unclip it from the crossmember, and move the body harness out of harms way.
Unhook the shifter cable from the tranny lever, remove the shifter cable bracket and move cable out of harms way.
Remove the cooler lines (2) from the passenger side of the trans. Use a crowfoot wrench or they may round off. I believe they are 1/2".
Replace the converter drain plug.
Remove the torque converter/flex plate bolt cover and, while rotating engine appropriately, remove the nuts retaining the convertor (4). Press back on the converter studs and make certain it is free of the flex plate.
Remove all bellhousing bolts but two - one on each side.
Place a jack under the trans, centered about 1" back from the front of the pan. I use the aforementioned piece of wood to protect the pan and help distribute the load evenly.
Jack up the trans slightly, and remove the crossmember.
Remove the remaining bellhousing bolts.
Pray you can detach the tranny from the engine easily. Some models apparently had some kind of corrosive sealer applied that makes separating them a real *****.
Carefully move the jack and trans rearward until the torque converter clears the engine. Lower it to the ground, make sure nothing hangs or tears. You may have to jockey the lowering/moving routine to get things clear.
If you left the minimum clearance of 18", slide an old piece of carpet under the car, and slide the trans. off of the jack and onto the carpet. If you left enough room, (18" + jack pad height) you can just roll the hole mess out from under the front of the car. Otherwise, slide it out on the carpet. It is HEAVY!
Remove the torque converter and immediately COVER THE pump drive shaft (hole).
Anything that gets in there can destroy the converter/transmission at a later date.
Reverse the procedure to replace.
I believe this is a complete step by step procedure.