Uh - actually I think we're both wrong. Though I was wronger. Looked it up in the book - yea, that one I printed out earlier.
Here's the 'abriged' version:
Only drain the gearbox oil when the gearbox is at operating temps. (this ensures you get all the bad stuff out when you drain it)
Cut a rubber mat as shown (in the drawing I won't reproduce here. See Dave's post about using the oil bottle - it's better).
Place bike on center stand
Remove engine spoiler
Remove the front, right footrest (Yup Right side - but driver, not pax)
Remove the exhaust bracket on the center stand mounting bracket (you'll see pics of this beast in this thread
Unscrew the oil filler plug
Drain oil completely as Dave shows in the post I linked to above there
Re-install drain plug
Fill gearbox with oil
Reinstall filler plug with a new crush ring
Reinstall exhaust bracket
Initial filling of tranny takes aprox 0.6L(0.63US Qt)
Oil to use? "Brand name SAE 90 hypoid gear oil, API Class GL5"