Yup, like BigMike said, you'll need a torque wrench. As for tools, most everything will be 8,10,13,15, and 18 mm. There's some torx bolts holding the fuel rail. Get the fuel line/AC line disconnect tools (very cheap) and I recommend getting a couple of taps and dies:
8mm x 1.25 and 10mm x 1.5
And one last thing. I got a 15mm shallow socket built into a knuckle from sears. This was really helpful on the upper intake bolt on the back. Go take a look, it's right up against the firewall (the others are all 10mm bolts). You dont have to have it but it's nice when you want to torque it back to spec when you're putting it back together.