What Grabcon said.
I didn't have to take off the gas tank.. just propped it up.
Other than the tools needed in taking off the panels I used a basic tools. To take the plugs out I used a 4 inch extension, a swivel, and a magnetic plug socket, in that order. I did need to use a tire iron to pop the front coils out.. Not on the coils!! on my fingers to help with getting some leverage / strength to pop them off.. the rears were very accessible and no help was needed for my old hands.
Yes I do have lots of time working on all types of vehicles.. mechanic for 32 years.. but I didn't deem the work specific enough to be difficult.. just finicky. If you can change the air cleaner you can change the plugs IMHO