After watching a few of these, the job seems pretty easy.
1. Get the crank pulley bolt out and remove the serpentine belt/tensioner/ideler
2. Move power steering power out of the way.
3. Support the engine from bottom and remove that engine mount.
4. Removing the timing covers and align the three timing marks.
5. Remove the hydraulic tensioner etc and the belt. Mark the belt beforehand and transfer the marks to new belt.
6. Remove and reinstall water pump, drain radiator before that.
7. Remove and reinstall cam crank seal if necessary.
8. Remove and reinstall tensioner, and two pulleys.
9. Align timing marks, release tension and rotate 2 full turns to make sure timing is correct.
That is it. Seems highly DIY-able.