have a couple of buddys around cuz the hardtop isnt that light especially if you have accessories mounted to it like roofracks or an overhead console. the one thing that make the removal tricky is where the top attaches to the door post it has a pipe that goes about half a foot into the door post so make sure after eveything is taken off that you lift it till those pipes come out .
I second that. I had to take mine completely apart for storage and I ended up breaking half the bolts in the gutter. I now have clamps holding my top on. My advice is to avoid taking it completely apart, unless you absolutely must.