Today I got out in the garage and did the AIS removal procedure. What a nightmare. I used the instructions on red horses website. This procedure would have been almost impossible to do without the pictures. Barons gives you a list of typed instructions that might as well be written in in greek. There is a step in the procedure where you have to disconnect a vacuum line from the rear throttle body and plug it. Sounds simple right? Only problem is you can not get at it if you have the stock air box installed. I was about to remove the "coffin" but it just looked like too much effort for what I was trying to accomplish. All I had was a needle nose pliers that was just barely long enough to get halfway on the hose clamp. It took a lot of patience and about half an hour to complete this one step. But I got it done. The rest of the procedure was fairly simple using red horses photos.I'm just happy that I'll never have to do that again.