Firstly, welcome to the site. As for AMD, I'm glad that you had a good experience, as mine wasn't quite so nice. I didn't take a lot of photos, but I installed both 1/4's, gutters, outer and inner wheel housings, trunk floor and extensions. Firstly, buy (if you don't already have) a good collection of vice-grips and you may want to consider a box of Clecos and their pliers for temporarily holding panels together. Take 2-300
photos of every conceivable connection and make extensive notes regarding measurements in all axis. Trust me, this'll pay off down the road. DON'T try to use AMD's gauge holes because they're ****e and will lead you astray. Try to fit all the tin together and achieve a fit before welding and then only tack them and re-check your gaps and fit. Pay attention to the order that the factory used to stack parts. That'll get you started, but remember the old carpenters adage- measure twice and cut once!