Search YouTube for Chris Harris. He's got several videos, including one that's over 2 hours long, that go over the procedure in excruciating detail. He also passes on a lot of good general mechanical how-to's. The guy reminds me someone who could be Captain Ahab's First Mate.
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Chris Harris Salty Takes...
While his videos are for earlier models, the clutch mechanics, how they work, and how they are disassembled and put back together are essentially identical to the Camhead and make for great how-to tutorials. I'm talking about when you get the transmission cleared and ready to remove, not necessarily what all needs to be done to get the rear frame off.
Now, having said that, you are only a week or two out of your target window. In my opinion, you are not giving yourself enough time to learn what you need to know (like whether to bleed lines or not) to be successful in such a short time.
I have never done one but I've spent a lot of time here and there over the last year+ of owning my first BMW studying up on the procedure in anticipation of doing it one day (I hate paying people to do what I am capable of doing). After studying the Clymer manual and the BMW OEM shop DVD, I am convinced that I can do it but I'm going to give myself at least
two or three weeks of after work and weekend time because I know I'm going to need or find something I didn't anticipate.
Good on you for wanting to take on the task but you should try to give yourself more time if at all possible so it won't be so stressful.